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Fig. 6 | Biomedical Dermatology

Fig. 6

From: DermaGene and VitmiRS: a comprehensive systems analysis of genetic dermatological disorders

Fig. 6

Disease–SNP bipartite network (DSN). The triangular nodes represent the SNPs, and circular nodes indicate the disease. The size of circular nodes is proportional to the SNPs that the particular disease is associated with. a The diseases xeroderma pigmentosum and keloid share two SNPs rs1042522 and rs11540654. b Relationship between the diseases Beare–Stevenson cutis gyrata and Brooke–Spiegler syndrome as caused by the SNP rs121913478

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