# significant SNPs to annotated candidate genes

I have performed GWAS and got some significant SNPs. How can I get candidates genes in the flanking regions of those SNPs and also their functional annotations (eg. KEGG).

• Hi and welcome to BioinfoSE! The amount of information in the post is far too low to answer it. What API you are using? What packages are you familiar with? Any information on biological system is also very helpful. Could also clarify the question, it infers that you already have the genes for the SNPs and annotation of the gene?
– M__
Aug 7, 2019 at 10:49
• hi. I used TASSEL and the R package GAPIT to perform GWAS and got a list of significant SNPs with info such as chromosome, location (bp), p value. From these SNPs now I need to identify candidate genes from flanking regions of these SNPs and also need to annotate these genes according to their function which will make it easy to identify the potential candidates. So far information from @plat has been helpful and any further help is welcome. Aug 7, 2019 at 11:10

closest-features yourSNPs.bed yourAnnotation.bed