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Scope: This recommended practice establishes a common format for display and presentation of crash-related data recorded and stored within certain electronic components currently installed in many light-duty vehicles. This recommended practice pertains only to the post-download format of such data and is not intended to standardize the format of the data stored within any on-board storage unit, or to standardize the method of data recording, storing, or extraction. Historically, crash data recording technology in light-duty vehicles has developed and evolved based on differing technical needs of manufacturers and their customers without industry standards or government regulation. As a result, wide variations currently exist among vehicle manufacturers regarding the scope and extent of recorded data. For this reason, this recommended practice is not intended to standardize or mandate the recording of any specific data element or to specify a minimum data set. Rather, it is intended to be a compilation of data elements and parameters that various manufacturers are currently recording, as well as those elements reasonably predicted to be recorded in the foreseeable future, and to establish a common format for display and presentation of that data so recorded. This version of the recommended practice is limited in application to vehicular data recorded in single frontal-impact events. Provisions for multiple-impact events may be included in the next version.
The human transcriptome was downloaded from the UCSC genome browser on 9 March 2019 . We retrieved the sequences of all mapped transcripts in a bed file format and used the NDEX toolkit to extract the location of the SNP from the UCSC genome browser. We defined the SNP as located in the promoter region if there was at least one SNP and its downstream region was within 1000 base pairs of the transcription start site. The distance between the SNP and the transcription start site was defined as the promoter region.