The database provides following functions:
(i) In addition to all the TASs attained genome-wide significance (P-value < 5 x 10-8), we manually curated the TASs that are marginally significant (P-value < 10-3) by looking into the supplementary materials of each original publication;
(ii) Extensive functional annotations and predictions for those TASs across multiple domains;
(iii) Furthermore, we have manually mapped those TASs by phenotype according to Disease Ontology (DO), Human Phenotype Ontology (HPO) and Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) for easy access.
(iv) Besides the SNP-trait association, we also collect SNP-Drug Response data.
(v) Comprehensive and interactive user interface to facilitate the GWAS research.