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You can also use advanced commands in the Get Any or Combined
search fields. Try these examples:
- POSITION=(chr1 25 30) finds genes, markers, or transcripts from chromosome 1 between 25 and 30 Mb.
- MEAN=(15 16) LRS=(23 46) in the Combined field finds highly expressed genes (15 to 16 log2 units) AND with peak LRS linkage between 23 and 46.
- RIF=mitochondrial searches RNA databases for GeneRIF links.
- WIKI=nicotine searches GeneWiki for genes that you or other users have annotated with the word nicotine.
- GO:0045202 searches for synapse-associated genes listed in the Gene Ontology.
- GO:0045202 LRS=(9 99 Chr4 122 155) cisLRS=(9 999 10)
in Combined finds synapse-associated genes with cis eQTL on Chr 4 from 122 and 155 Mb with LRS scores between 9 and 999.
- RIF=diabetes LRS=(9 999 Chr2 100 105) transLRS=(9 999 10)
in Combined finds diabetes-associated transcripts with peak trans eQTLs on Chr 2 between 100 and 105 Mb with LRS scores between 9 and 999.
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