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eQTL Databases:

These resources archive or display results of several research projects on association between genetic variations and expression phenotypes.

BrainSeq Consortium

Correlations between genotype and brain-specific gene expression levels

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BRAINEAC

Correlations between genotype and brain-specific gene expression levels

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GTEx Portal

Correlations between genotype and tissue-specific gene expression levels

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eQTL UC Chicago

Correlations between genotype and gene expression levels

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Blood eQTL (conditional analysis)

Conditional eQTL analysis to distinguish between dependent and independent eQTLs, which is not possible in the other available eQTL databases

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Human Kidney eQTL Atlas

A cis-eQTL database of microdissected healthy human kidney glomeruli and tubuli of subjects of European descent

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Lung eQTL (see Supplemental Table)

Correlations between genotype and lung-specific gene expression levels

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eQTLGen Consortium

The eQTLGen Consortium has been set up to identify the downstream consequences of trait-related genetic variants. The consortium incorporates 37 datasets, with a total of 31,684 individuals.
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Intestine eQTL (see Supplemental Table)

Correlations between genotype and intestine-specific gene expression levels

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Muscle Adipose eQTL

Correlations between genotype and gene expression levels in muscle and adipose tissue. (PMID: 27193597)

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Kidney eQTL (see Supplemental Table)

Correlations between genotype and kidney-specific gene expression levels

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Immune Cells eQTL

Correlations between genotype and tissue-specific gene expression levels

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NephQTL: The NephVS eQTL Browser

This is a database of cis-eQTLs of the glomerular and tubulointerstitial tissues of the kidney found in 187 participants in the NEPTUNE cohort.

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SNP and CNV Annotation Database

Correlations between genotype and gene expression levels in lymphoblastoid cells

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