I'm confused! Do you think you could rephrase your question? Like you say, it appears you have one wild type, one heterozygous mutation, and three homozygous mutations.Hmmmm I had looked at this a while back, but didn't know what to make of it. I have variations of all of them listed. (These are in the same order as the chart. I didn't include the actual snp's / rs#'s.)
The only full "match" was the TRPC4 - GG. So what does that mean I wonder? Greek to me....
I was presuming the indicators would be genes that exactly matched what was listed above?
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