# SNP located within a promoter region (pig)

I have a couple of SNP identifiers such as MARC0073381 or ALGA0066960. The corresponding platform is Illumina Porcine SNP60 BeadChip (WG-410).

I want to know if these SNP are located within a promoter region of a gene.

Bioconductor offers information for Affymetrix chips, but I am not able to map the identifiers.

How can I map SNPs from the beadchip to the porcine genome?

For completeness, you want the lines between [Assay] and [Controls]. Here's an example way to pre-process the "CSV" file into a more standard format that just has one data table in it:
$grep -n '^\[' PorcineSNP60v2_15031945_C1.csv 2:[Heading] 7:[Assay] 61574:[Controls] ### See that the table starts at line 8 (after [Assay]), ### and finishes at line 61753$ tail -n +8 PorcineSNP60v2_15031945_C1.csv | head -n $((61574-8)) > cleaned_PorcineSNP60v2_15031945_C1.csv  But for a few markers and grep, it doesn't matter if you're working with the clean or dirty CSV file: $ grep -e '^IlmnID' -e '^MARC0073381' -e '^ALGA0066960' PorcineSNP60v2_15031945_C1.csv