CYP2D6 *5 with related variants rs769258 rs28371696 rs1065852 rs5030862 rs28371703 rs28371704 rs28371706 rs1135822 rs1135823 rs5030655 rs1135824 rs3892097 rs5030866 rs28371717 rs35742686 rs5030656 rs16947 rs5030867 rs28371725 rs59421388 rs1135840 rs72549357 CYP2D6 2853A>C rs78482768 rs61736512 CYP2D6 -1770 G>A CYP2D6 '-1601_-1600GA>TT CYP2D6 -1584C>G CYP2D6 -1543 G>A CYP2D6 '-1426C>T CYP2D6 -1298G>A CYP2D6 -1258_-1257insAAAAA CYP2D6 -1253A>G CYP2D6 -1245_-1244insGA CYP2D6 -1238_-1237delAA CYP2D6 -1237_-1236insAA CYP2D6 -1235A>G CYP2D6 -1094_-1093insA CYP2D6 -1028T>C CYP2D6 -1011T>C CYP2D6 -1000G>A CYP2D6 -750_-749delGA CYP2D6 -740C>T CYP2D6 -695_-692delTGTG CYP2D6 -678G>A CYP2D6 -629A>G CYP2D6 -377A>G CYP2D6 '-175G>A CYP2D6 19G>A CYP2D6 73C>T CYP2D6 82C>T CYP2D6 125G>A CYP2D6 214G>C CYP2D6 221C>A CYP2D6 223C>G CYP2D6 227T>C CYP2D6 310G>T CYP2D6 601delC CYP2D6 746C>G CYP2D6 843T>G CYP2D6 883G>C CYP2D6 887C>T CYP2D6 957C>T CYP2D6 972C>T CYP2D6 997C>G CYP2D6 1013G>A CYP2D6 1039C>T CYP2D6 1062A>G CYP2D6 1494T>C CYP2D6 1513C>T CYP2D6 1598A>G CYP2D6 1608G>A CYP2D6 1661G>C CYP2D6 1720A>C CYP2D6 1724C>T CYP2D6 1757C>T rs5030865 CYP2D6 1858C>T CYP2D6 1863_1864ins(TTTCGCCCC) CYP2D6 1863_1864ins(TTTCGCCCC)2 CYP2D6 1869T>C CYP2D6 1887insTA CYP2D6 1943G>A CYP2D6 1973_1974insG CYP2D6 1978C>T CYP2D6 1979T>C CYP2D6 2097A>G CYP2D6 2129A>C CYP2D6 2291G>A CYP2D6 2303C>T CYP2D6 2470T>C CYP2D6 2480C>T CYP2D6 2539_2542delAACT CYP2D6 2556C>T CYP2D6 2573_2574insC CYP2D6 2575C>A CYP2D6 2661G>A CYP2D6 2587_2590delGACT CYP2D6 2938C>T CYP2D6 2939G>A CYP2D6 2950G>C CYP2D6 3030G>G/A CYP2D6 3172A>C CYP2D6 3198C>G CYP2D6 3254T>C CYP2D6 3259_3260insGT CYP2D6 3201C>T CYP2D6 3277T>C CYP2D6 3288G>A CYP2D6 3318G>A CYP2D6 3384A>C CYP2D6 3491G>A CYP2D6 3582A>G CYP2D6 3584G>A CYP2D6 3609G>T CYP2D6 3790C>T CYP2D6 3828G>A CYP2D6 3835A>C CYP2D6 3853G>A CYP2D6 3877G>C CYP2D6 3887T>C CYP2D6 4042G>A CYP2D6 4044C>T CYP2D6 4045G>A CYP2D6 4115C>T CYP2D6 4125_4133dupGTGCCCACT CYP2D6 4388C>T CYP2D6 4401C>T CYP2D6 4481G>A CYP2D6 4535insT CYP2D6 *2A CYP2D7 gene conversion in intron 1 CYP2D6 *2M CYP2D7 gene conversion in intron 1 CYP2D6 *4N gene conversion to CYP2D7 in exon 9 CYP2D6 *10D CYP2D7-like 3'-flanking region CYP2D6 *13 CYP2D7/2D6 hybrid gene structure CYP2D6 *14B/*21B -intron 1 conversion with CYP2D7 (214-245) CYP2D6 *31 CYP2D7 gene conversion in intron 1 CYP2D6 *35B CYP2D7 conversion upstream of exon 1 CYP2D6 *36 gene conversion to CYP2D7 in exon 9 CYP2D6 *41 CYP2D7 gene conversion in intron 1 CYP2D6 *51 CYP2D7 gene conversion in intron 1 CYP2D6 *56A CYP2D7 gene conversion in intron 1 CYP2D6 *57 gene conversion to CYP2D7 in exon 9 CYP2D6 *58 CYP2D7 gene conversion in intron 1 CYP2D6 *61 CYP2D7 seq from intron 7 onwards CYP2D6 *63/*73(are these the same?) intron 1 conversion with CYP2D7 (214-245) CYP2D6 more than 1 copy, unspecified - active genes CYP2D6 more than 1 copy: (N=2, 3, 4, 5 or 13) CYP2D6 *63 CYP2D7 sequence from exon 8 onwards

Clinical Annotations

Clinical Variants that meet the highest level of criteria, manually curated by PharmGKB, are shown below. Please follow the link in the "Position" column for more information about a particular variant. Each link in the "Position" column leads to the corresponding PharmGKB Variant Page. The Variant Page contains summary data, including PharmGKB manually curated information about variant-drug pairs based on individual PubMed publications. The PMIDs for these PubMed publications can be found on the Variant Page.

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Haplotype Annotations

PharmGKB haplotype annotations provide information about haplotype-drug pairs based on individual PubMed publications. Each annotation represents information from a single paper and the goal is to report the information that the author states, not an interpretation of the paper. The PMID for supporting PubMed publications is found in the "Evidence" field.

Information presented, including study size, allele frequencies and statistics is taken directly from the publication. However, if the author does not correct p-values in cases of multiple hypotheses, curators may apply a Bonferroni correction. Curators attempt to report study size based on the actual number of participants used for the calculation of the association statistics, so the number may vary slightly from what is reported in the abstract of the paper. OMB Race Category information is derived from the paper and mapped to standardized categories. Category definitions may be found by clicking on the "OMB Race Category" link.

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