Blood eQTL browser

This web page accompanies the manuscript titled 'Systematic identification of trans-eQTLs as putative drivers of known disease associations', by Westra et al, which has been published in Nature Genetics. If you want to use any of the cis- or trans-eQTL results displayed on this page in your publication, please cite this paper as indicated below. For further questions, contact the corresponding author: lude@ludesign.nl

Download eQTL Results

You can download the full cis- and trans-eQTLs, detected at a false-discovery rate of 0.50:
Cis-eQTLs (FDR 0.5)
Trans-eQTLs (FDR 0.5)

How to cite

If you use the eQTLs present on this website in your paper or research, please cite our work: Download citation directly from Nature Genetics

Query eQTL Results


Or, you can query the cis- and trans-eQTLs below (examples: rs7807018 or VWCE):


Trans-eQTLs

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P-value SNP SNP Chr. SNP Chr. position Probe Probe Chr. Probe Chr. position SNP Alleles Minor Allele Z-score Gene name FDR
No records found.


Cis-eQTLs

0){ $n = count($arr); if($arr[1] == $q || $arr[4] == $q || strtolower($arr[$n-2]) == $q){ $j++; ?>
P-value SNP SNP Chr. SNP Chr. Position Probe Probe Chr. Probe Chr. position SNP Alleles Minor Allele Z-score Gene name FDR
No records found