Table 5

20 SNPs of which one specific allele had a higher transcript level than the other one among various tissues and individuals
SNP Chr Position Str Ratio P-value Gene Symbol
rs13884 chr19 18545100 + 1/24 3.58E-05 UBA52
rs4621 chr11 65380094 + 0/17 9.16E-05 CFL1
rs425485 chr19 3004801 + 0/13 0.000976563 AES
rs4874 chr17 17227958 - 0/12 0.001171875 LOC388344
rs6565924 chr18 72820212 + 0/12 0.001171875 MBP
rs6554 chr19 18546963 + 0/11 0.001953125 UBA52
rs11543289 chr17 34136120 + 0/10 0.003348214 MLLT6/LOC100129395
rs17626 chr19 44618360 - 1/13 0.005126953 RPS16
rs8118 chr16 4787169 - 0/9 0.005208333 ROGDI
rs9199 chr18 72821323 - 0/8 0.009375 MBP
rs7612 chr7 5533637 + 1/11 0.01171875 ACTB
rs6597982 chr11 778006 - 1/11 0.01171875 CEND1
rs1803283 chr14 1.03E+08 - 2/14 0.011944111 CKB
rs7982 chr8 27518397 - 2/13 0.015854779 CLU
rs3743566 chr16 57103285 + 2/13 0.015854779 NDRG4
rs2821 chr20 5853778 + 3/16 0.015854779 CHGB
rs7121 chr20 56912201 + 3/16 0.015854779 GNAS
rs12165042 chr17 30502328 + 4/18 0.020589193 UNC45B
rs1150 chr17 8003307 + 2/12 0.024362664 VAMP2
rs10064485 chr5 1.75E+08 + 2/11 0.039257813 CPLX2

The “Ratio” column shows the proportion of samples with one specific allele’s transcript level higher than the other’s. P-values have been adjusted by “BH” correction [40]. Abbreviations are the same as in Table 2.

Li et al.

Li et al. BMC Bioinformatics 2012 13:271   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-13-271

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