seeQTL: A searchable human eQTL browser and database

Department of Biostatistics, Computer Sciences and Genetics

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Key features:

  • Multiple datasets with lymphoblastoid cell line, brain and monocyte
  • Searchable database by dbSNP ID, Gene Symbol and genomic coordinate
  • Segment plot of cis-eQTL for each gene
    • Bar shows location of gene body.
    • Segment shows SNP location.
    • Connected lines indicate cis-eQTL association
    • The height and color of each segment indicates strength of eQTL.
  • Manhattan plot for both cis-eQTL and trans-eQTL
    • Gene based plots of associated eQTLs in the genomic window
    • Multiple plots if multiple genes in the genomic window
  • Population specific eQTL on different tracks or subtracks
  • Consensus score of each eQTL for HapMap LCL samples
  • Users’ selection of favored datasets or tracks

     seeQTL browser

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  eQTLs and processed data

eQTLs were calculated by
Matrix eQTL

seeQTL is developed under Gbrowse 2.0

Questions, comments, concerns?

Or If you would like to add your eQTL results into seeQTL
Please Contacts:

Kai Xia

&

Fred Wright

Reference:

 

License agreement:

The eQTL browser of seeQTL is under the Perl Artistic License, which allows for unrestricted use including commercial use.

The processed genotype data and gene expression data listed in the Data Depository and Summary Page follow the same data access agreement as the original websites or publications.

The meta-analysis results of eQTLs from multiple HapMap human lymphoblastoid cell lines, listed in the Data Depository and Summary Page, are under GPLv3, The GNU General Public License.