DIDA is a novel database that provides for the first time detailed information on genes and associated genetic variants involved in digenic diseases, the simplest form of oligogenic inheritance.
Share your digenic data
One of the goals of DIDA is to collect and maintain all novel information related to human digenic diseases.
Do you have new genetic data of patients with a digenic disease that you want to share with the scientific community? Then you are at right place since this page allows you to submit your data to DIDA.
New submissions will only be accepted after careful manual inspection.
The prerequisites for submitting data to DIDA are:
Evidence for digenic status of the patient: the variant genotypes at two loci explain the phenotype of the patient more clearly than the genotypes at one locus alone.
The patient must have at least two variants in two different genes. Gene names and variant positions should be submitted. All intronic, exonic and variants in promotor regions will be accepted.
For now only single nucleotide variants and short indels will be accepted. We are currently not considering large insertions/deletions or copy number variants.