Table 2 SNPs that are significant at empirical threshold 5% with different analysis of allele frequencies in the six Yenisei populations
GeneSNPa#SNP linkedMethodsbMutationc
PoCCA15702BEV, FSTIntron
5822FSTIntron
10162LR, BEVIntron
28035LRIntron
41131LR, BEVNS: Ser/Leu
PoFTL215671FSTPromoter
PoGIF2_6055BEV, FSTNS: His/Tyr (F4_138, F4_810)
F4_1341BEVNS: Gly/Arg
F4_6382LR, BEV, FSTNS: Phe/Leu
F6_81BEVIntron
F6_391BEVIntron
F6_761FSTIntron
PoMFTL12731BEV, FSTIntron
3223LR, BEVIntron
41612LR, BEVIntron
14871BEVIntron
28881FSTIntron
PoPHYN5831FSTIntron
26955LRSYN (2478)
PoPHYP5621LR, BEVSYN
7261LR, BEVNS: Leu/Pro
8021BEVSYN
PoPRR747581BEVSyn
56871BEV, FSTNS: Asn/Asp
66271BEV, FSTIntron
66561BEV, FSTIntron
67171LR, BEVIntron
  • a Only the most significant outlier SNP in the LD group listed.

  • b LR, linear regression empirical significance; FST, BayeScan empirical significance; BEV, Bayenv empirical significance;

  • c Mutation type of the SNP: NS, nonsynonymous; SYN, synonymous; positions of all nonsynonymous SNPs linked to are also indicated in the parentheses.