- BioMe AMP T2D GWAS: 9,173 multi-ancestry samples from the Charles Bronfman Institute for Personalized Medicine BioMe Biobank;
- CAMP GWAS: 3,628 multi-ancestry samples from the MGH Cardiology and Metabolic Patient cohort, generated by a public-private partnership between Pfizer Inc. and Massachusetts General Hospital;
- METSIM GWAS: 8,791 European ancestry samples from the Metabolic Syndrome in Men study.
- BioMe AMP T2D GWAS: type 2 diabetes, BMI, diastolic blood pressure, fasting glucose, HbA1c, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, systolic blood pressure
- CAMP GWAS: type 2 diabetes, BMI, fasting glucose, fasting insulin
- METSIM GWAS: type 2 diabetes, BMI, diastolic blood pressure, fasting glucose, fasting insulin, HbA1c, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, systolic blood pressure
To perform interactive analyses on these data in LocusZoom, select one of the available phenotypes in step 1 and then choose a "dynamic" dataset in step 2.
When you click on a variant in the resulting LocusZoom plot, the option to condition on that variant appears in the tooltip:
Clicking on that link starts on-the-fly association analysis for the region while conditioning on that variant, which can reveal whether association signals are independent of each other. You can choose to condition on multiple variants. The variants of your choice are listed in the upper left-hand corner of the plot, and the list may be edited:
Individual-level data from these three datasets are also available for interactive analysis via the Genetic Association Interactive Tool (GAIT) on Variant Pages. After selecting one of the datasets, you will be able to choose a phenotype for association analysis, filter the sample pool by specifying a range of values for one or more phenotypes, choose custom covariates, and then run on-the-fly association analysis for your chosen subset of samples. Find all of the details about how to use this tool in our GAIT guide.
We hope that the increased ability to interact with individual-level data in the T2DKP will be helpful to your research. As always, we are happy to answer any questions about these or other data and tools; please contact us for help.