TABLE 1

Polymorphism data for human data sets

LocusnaBpsSbπ (%)cD*dDeCHRMfSource
Lpl1429700870.1900.9260.542115gClark et al. (1998)
Ace2224000780.098−0.2860.39117Rieder et al. (1999)
Dys442507622340.093h0.744iZietkiewicz et al. (1998)
Xq13.37010163330.033−3.346j−1.6161.8Kaessmann et al. (1999)
Pdha1354194240.1780.8510.9736.2Harris and Hey (1999)
Duffyk821931220.1280.188−0.449lHamblin and Di Rienzo (2000)
Dmd44m413000170.136−0.3660.08968Nachman and Crowell (2000)
β-globin3492670190.157−0.5931.05821Harding et al. (1997)
Dmd7l412389120.051−2.631j−1.725jlNachman and Crowell (2000)
zfx3361089100.0820.469−0.9383.7Jaruzelska et al. (1999)
Mc1r24295160.114−1.0630.1950.5Rana et al. (1999)
Hprt10248540.038−1.127−1.2451.0Nachman et al. (1998)
  • a Sample size.

  • b Number of segregating sites.

  • c Average number of pairwise differences per base pair, in percentage (cf. Tajima 1983).

  • d From Tajima (1989a).

  • e From Fu and Li (1993).

  • f Sequence-based estimate of the rate of recombination per locus.

  • g These values are probably underestimates since available phase information was incomplete.

  • h Could not be calculated because the data from the original ascertainment sample are unavailable.

  • i Could not be calculated because haplotype information is unavailable.

  • j P < 0.05 (two tailed). Coalescent simulations with no recombination were used to assess significance levels.

  • k Includes both Duffy and the noncontiguous 5′ region sequenced.

  • l Sequence not contiguous.

  • m This region is in the same intron as Dys44.