Table 1

Geographical and linguistic affiliations of populations sampled in this study, and allele frequencies in the studied populations

SNP No.

rs1079597

rs1079598

rs2234690

rs1800498

rs1800497


SNP allele

Aa

Tb

Tc

Cd

Te


RFLP

TaqI B

BclI

MboI

TaqI D

TaqI A


Language family

Population

Geographical region

Number of individuals

allele 1

allele 1

allele 1

allele 2

allele 1


Northern Caucasian

Adygeis (Shapsugs)f

Russia, Krasnodar region

98

0.117

0.117

0.367

0.367

0.153


Indo-European

Byelorussians 1g

Belarus, Brest region, Pinsk

70

0.129

0.129

0.450

0.450

0.143


Byelorussians 2g

Belarus, Minsk region, Mjadel'

75

0.113

0.113

0.487

0.487

0.120


Byelorussians 3g

Belarus, Mogilev region, Klimovichi

85

0.153

0.153

0.400

0.400

0.165


Russians 1

Russia, Tver region, Andreapol'

109

0.252

0.252

0.463

0.463

0.261


Russians 2g

Russia, Smolensk region, Sychevka

117

0.145

0.145

0.440

0.440

0.154


Russians 3g

Russia, Kursk region, Ponyri

65

0.131

0.131

0.446

0.446

0.154


Russians 4h

Russia, Ivanovo region, Puchezh

95

0.158

0.158

0.526

0.526

0.189


Russians 5g

Russia, Archangelsk region, Oshevensk

71

0.211

0.211

0.577

0.577

0.232


Russians 6

Russia, Archangelsk region, Mezen'

147

0.153

0.153

0.554

0.554

0.156


Uralic

Veps

Russia, Vologda region, Babaevo

97

0.196

0.196

0.500

0.500

0.180


Komi 1 (Izhemski)i

Russia, Komi Republic, Izhma

112

0.138

0.138

0.411

0.411

0.152


Komi 2 (Priluzski)i

Russia, Komi Republic, Obyachevo

109

0.206

0.206

0.482

0.482

0.225


Khantsj

Russia, Khanty-Mansi autonomous region

62

0.234

0.234

0.750

0.750

0.258


Nenets

Russia, Yamalo-Nenetsky autonomous region

65

0.223

0.223

0.762

0.762

0.262


Altaic

Yakutsg

Russia, Saha Republic, Tiungiuliu

118

0.269

0.269

0.932

0.932

0.214


Kalmyksg

Russia, Republic Kalmykiya, Elista

104

0.356

0.356

0.856

0.856

0.346


SNP accession numbers and corresponding RFLPs names are presented for the polymorphisms studied. Alleles without restriction sites are named "allele 1", alleles with restriction sites "allele 2".

a only A and G were detected at this SNP locus in a sample of 2450 chromosomes from 17 populations http://www.hapmap.org webcite, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SNP webcite

b only T and C were detected at this SNP locus in a sample of 1204 chromosomes from 14 populations http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SNP webcite

c only A and T were detected at this SNP locus in a sample of 142 chromosomes from three populations http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SNP webcite

d only T and C were detected at this SNP locus in a sample of 946 chromosomes from 12 populations http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SNP webcite

e only T and C were detected at this SNP locus in a sample of 2628 chromosomes from 21 populations http://www.hapmap.org webcite, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SNP webcite

f population initially described in [62]

g population initially described in [38]

h population initially described in [37]

i population initially described in [53]

j population initially described in [39]

Flegontova et al. BMC Genetics 2009 10:62   doi:10.1186/1471-2156-10-62

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