A single nucleotide polymorphism (abbreviated SNP, pronounced snip) is a genomic variant at a single base position in the DNA. Scientists study if and how SNPs in a genome influence health, disease, drug response and other traits.

SNPedia is a database that is ever growing as more and more SNP's are studied. You can search in the searchbar below to the right a particular SNP to see what studies have been conducted relating to that gene.