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Abbreviation of 19 autoimmune diseases:
alopecia areata [AA], ankylosing spondylitis [AS], autoimmune thyroid disease [ATD], celiac disease [CEL], crohns disease [CRO], IgE and allergic sensitization [IGE], inflammatory bowel disease [IBD], juvenile idiopathic arthritis [JIA], multiple sclerosis [MS], narcolepsy [NAR], primary biliary cirrhosis [PBC], primary sclerosing cholangitis [PSC], psoriasis [PSO], rheumatoid arthritis [RA], systemic lupus erythematosus [SLE], systemic scleroderma [SSc], type1 diabetes [T1D], ulcerative colitis [UC], vitiligo [VIT].

Summary of search Results:
The 1-6 columns showed basic information for searched SNPs. The 7 column showed summarized allele-specific regulatory activities on searched SNPs. The 8-12 columns showed functional scores by fnGWAS and summarized functionality support. The 13 column showed predicted target gene. The last column listed 4 links showing either allele-specific molecular regulatory activities underlying searched SNPs in detail (SNP2Function), regulatory evidence linking searched SNPs to regulatory target genes (SNP2Gene), immunologically related functions on target genes (Gene2Disease) and potential clinical drug applications on target genes (Gene2Drug).


Abbreviations (SNP2Function):
For motif analysis:
Five public motif databases are integrated, including JASPAR (2018 version), HOCOMOCO (version 11), SwissRegulon, Transfac and Jolma2013.
For molecular QTL analysis:
The functional variants might perturb allelic regulatory activities through mediating several intermediate molecular-level traits, including transcription factor binding affinity [bQTL], chromatin accessibility [dsQTL], histone modification [hQTL], chromatin accessibility [caQTL], and DNase-I hypersensitivity [dsQTL].


Abbreviations (SNP2Gene):
For expression quantitative trait locus [eQTL]:


For protein quantitative trait loci [pQTL]:

For chromatic interactions:


Abbreviations (Gene2Disease):



Abbreviations (Gene2Drug):