ClinVar Miner

Significance terms

The following graph shows the number of distinct terms from SCVs (not RCVs) over time.

All terms in the following table are from SCVs (not RCVs) in the current ClinVar. Download table as spreadsheet

Significance term First seen
association not found 2019-04
affects 2015-11
benign/likely benign 2015-01
conflicting data from submitters 2015-01
pathogenic/likely pathogenic 2015-01
likely pathogenic - adrenal bilateral pheochromocy 2014-04
likely pathogenic - adrenal pheochromocytoma 2014-04
associated with leiomyomas 2014-02
pathogenic variant for bardet-biedl syndrome 2013-12
untested 2013-12
cancer 2013-11
drug-response 2013-09
mut 2013-08
poly 2013-08
probable-non-pathogenic 2013-04
association 2013-01
moderate 2013-01
non-pathogenic 2013-01
other 2013-01
pathologic 2013-01
probable-pathogenic 2013-01
protective 2013-01
risk factor 2013-01
suspected benign 2013-01
suspected pathogenic 2013-01
unknown 2013-01
unknown significance 2013-01
benign 2012-11
drug response 2012-11
likely benign 2012-11
likely pathogenic 2012-11
no known pathogenicity 2012-11
not provided 2012-11
pathogenic 2012-11
probably not pathogenic 2012-11
probably pathogenic 2012-11
uncertain 2012-11
uncertain significance 2012-11
variant of unknown significance 2012-11
vsb 2012-11

The following terms were in SCVs in old versions of ClinVar, but are not currently used. Download table as spreadsheet

Significance term First seen Last seen
confers sensitivity 2013-01 2018-07
hscr variant 2013-01 2018-06
vlm 2013-08 2017-02
vous 2013-08 2017-02
vlb 2013-08 2016-07
uncertain significance: likely benign 2012-11 2014-08
uncertain significance: likely pathogenic 2012-11 2014-08
mutation 2012-11 2014-07
vus 2012-11 2014-07

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