Get a Grip on Your Health. Use SelfDecode to Interpret your Genome Today! GET INSTANT ACCESS


rs7342306

Parent Gene: CD9
Importance: 5
Minor Allele: A = 29%
Major Allele: G = 71%
My Genotype: Log In
Risk Allele: G, G

Disease/Trait: Platelet Count

The G allele of rs7342306 is reported to be associated with Platelet Count(R). Your genotype was not identified for this SNP so we are unable to comment on your association with Platelet count.

Reported risk allele frequency: 75.00%
Reported genes: CD9
Beta coefficient: 4.810 unit increase
Risk Allele: G (P=2.00*10-7)
Context: regulatory_region_variant
Study title: Genome-wide Association Study of Platelet Count Identifies Ancestry-Specific Loci in Hispanic/Latino Americans. (R)
Initial sample size: 12,491 Hispanic/Latin American individuals
Replication sample size: 7,170 Hispanic/Latin American individuals
Journal: Am J Hum Genet (R)
Year published: Jan. 21, 2016
Strength of evidence: Strong

Disease/Trait: Platelet Count

The G allele of rs7342306 is reported to be associated with Platelet Count(R). Your genotype was not identified for this SNP so we are unable to comment on your association with Platelet count.

Reported risk allele frequency: None
Reported genes: CD9
Beta coefficient: 2.532 10^9/l increase
Risk Allele: G (P=4.00*10-11)
Context: regulatory_region_variant
Study title: New gene functions in megakaryopoiesis and platelet formation. (R)
Initial sample size: 38,891 European ancestry individuals, 1,661 Val Borbera (founder/genetic isolate) individuals, 521 Carlantino (founder/genetic isolate) individuals, 1,198 Friuli Venezia Giulia (founder/genetic isolate) individuals, 1,213 South Tyrolean (founder/genetic isolate) individuals, 890 Sorbian (founder/genetic isolate) individuals, 4,292 Sardinian (founder/genetic isolate) individuals
Replication sample size: Up to 16,949 European ancestry individuals, 854 Cliento (founder/genetic isolate) individuals, 1,035 Talana (founder/genetic isolate) individuals
Journal: Nature (R)
Year published: Nov. 30, 2011
Strength of evidence: Strong