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Q:  HOW DO I SEARCH FOR GENES ASSOCIATED WITH A HEALTH CONDITION?

ag5zfnJlc291cmNlLXFuYXITCxIGQW5zd2VyGICAgMDiuJcKDA Genetics & Health Question: HOW DO I SEARCH FOR GENES ASSOCIATED WITH A HEALTH CONDITION? Answer: If it is not already in the Gene Library https://livewello.com/snps/library then: 1) Go to https://livewello.com/gwas Read about the GWAS tool If a condition is not listed there, solid research connecting genes to that health condition, have not been found or made. 2) Type in the health condition slowly and you'll start to see options pull up. Select the appropriate one. Results showing rsIDs and Genes will pull up. If you'd like a detailed report, we suggest you go through each PubMed citation and click the "Read Pubmed Citation" button. It will open up a summary of the studies associating that rsID to that health condition/disease. Once you're done opening up these summaries, select the entire page, copy it and then click "View Variance Report". 3) Click on "Edit Title and Description" to paste the info you just copied. Then, on your report, click the Gene itself or the "i" icon: 8 Learning Resources are directly linked to each of the Genes on it. They are: Medline, GHR, Google Scholar, dbSNP, Ensembl, Wiki Genes, SNPedia and PubMed. Information from each link is composed to suit different styles of learning and understanding. Just copy and paste any useful info you find there, into the 'notes' or 'description' portion of your Gene Report. 4) Finally, don't forget to click: "save to the public library". (Don't worry, It won't share your report, just the gene names). Once you do this, that button turns yellow. P.S. If the info is not readily available, re-enter your search term/gene name into that resource's search box to check out any further information available there. The trick is that, whenever you see something that interests you, always copy and paste that information and its browser link into your description. The Health Conditions tool and the Gene Library are free to all LiveWello Gene App users. Get Started: https://livewello.com/snps #Livewello http://resqua.com/100005927200207/how-do-i-search-for-genes-associated-with-a-health-condition

If it is not already in the Gene Library https://livewello.com/snps/... then:

1) Go to https://livewello.com/gwas Read about the GWAS tool If a condition is not listed there, solid research connecting genes to that health condition, have not been found or made.

2) Type in the health condition slowly and you'll start to see options pull up. Select the appropriate one. Results showing rsIDs and Genes will pull up. If you'd like a detailed report, we suggest you go through each PubMed citation and click the "Read Pubmed Citation" button. It will open up a summary of the studies associating that rsID to that health condition/disease. Once you're done opening up these summaries, select the entire page, copy it and then click "View Variance Report".

3) Click on "Edit Title and Description" to paste the info you just copied. Then, on your report, click the Gene itself or the "i" icon: 8 Learning Resources are directly linked to each of the Genes on it. They are: Medline, GHR, Google Scholar, dbSNP, Ensembl, Wiki Genes, SNPedia and PubMed.

Information from each link is composed to suit different styles of learning and understanding. Just copy and paste any useful info you find there, into the 'notes' or 'description' portion of your Gene Report.

4) Finally, don't forget to click: "save to the public library". (Don't worry, It won't share your report, just the gene names). Once you do this, that button turns yellow.

P.S. If the info is not readily available, re-enter your search term/gene name into that resource's search box to check out any further information available there. The trick is that, whenever you see something that interests you, always copy and paste that information and its browser link into your description.

The Health Conditions tool and the Gene Library are free to all LiveWello Gene App users. Get Started: https://livewello.com/snps

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