PGA Data Usage Statement
We request that any use of data or protocols obtained from the SeattleSNPs resource be cited in publications.
Please use the following citation format:
SeattleSNPs. NHLBI Program for Genomic Applications, SeattleSNPs, Seattle,
WA (URL: http://pga.gs.washington.edu) [date (month, yr) accessed].
Terms of Service for SeattleSNPs Web Site Content
This web site is designed to disseminate information about single nucleotide
polymorphisms (SNPs) identified under Federal Grant numbers U01 HL66682 from
the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. This information is provided free-of-charge,
provided the following terms and conditions are followed. There may be other
information on the site, such as links to other sites, references to other project
groups and federal grants. The University of Washington has no responsibility
for these links and information.
The contents of the SeattleSNPs Web Site are intended for your
educational or research purposes. All SNPs on this website have been
deposited in GenBank and dbSNP at the NCBI
place no restrictions on the use of the available data. All materials published
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that in using the data, you follow the citation format given above.
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