This is the name of the journal in which the findings were published. Associations published in major journals such as Science and Nature are generally more reliable, though reliable associations are frequently published in less well-known journals as well.
These icons estimate the study's size. In general, findings from larger studies are more reliable.
Studies whose results replicated these findings are listed here. In general, entries with more replications are more reliable.
Studies whose results contradicted these findings are listed here. In general, entries with more contrary studies are less reliable.
This is the ethnicity of the population in which the study was performed. Genetic associations often apply only to the study population. The findings may not be applicable to people whose ethnicity is different from the one reported.
This is the unique identifier (or rsid#) for the SNP associated with the trait or condition. Clicking on the identifier will take you to the Browse Raw Data entry for that SNP.
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