TABLE 3

Detecting recombination in empirical data

GenomeGeneaLnEmbedded Image DbPLPTPr2Embedded Image Embedded Image cReference
HCVCC892260.3250.4960.1420.011*0.9570.84Worobey (2001)
MeaslesH1830500.089−2.061*0.1700.005*0.5733.0Woelk et al (2001)
H. pyloriflaA471330.045−0.5310.000*0.1460.54741Suerbaum etal. (1998)
HIV2env121364210.102−1.1360.000*0.036*0.002*43Kuiken et al. (2000)
HIV2env3682210.302−0.4570.2500.042*0.32026Kuiken et al. (2000)
DengueC,prM/M,E232270.0530.3160.000*0.000*0.000*60Worobey et al. (1999)
HIV1Benv121316930.144−2.185*0.5120.4180.194>100Kuiken et al. (2000)
HIV1Benv3658930.333−1.878*0.4790.3930.130>100Kuiken et al. (2000)
Human mtDNACG8458450.0056−2.473*0.000*0.000*0.104*9.0Awadalla etal. (1999)
Human mtDNACG16581520.0071−2.233*0.1020.2410.5022.6Ingman et al. (2000)
  • Tests for recombination in empirical data sets are shown. Estimates of θ and γ are given per base.

  • * P < 0.05.

  • a CC, complete coding sequence; CG, complete genome; subscripts indicate positions in coding sequences.

  • b Tajima's D values calculated for segregating sites with only two alleles segregating.

  • c γ = 8NeEmbedded Image from Equation 5.