Table 2

Overlap between our hits, defined as genic windows that yielded a significance of P < =10-5 with MAGICS and were also significant in the analysis of Hancock et al. (2011)[21]at P < = 10-3
Gene window number Chr Midpoint -log10(p) Ensembl_gene Hugo_gene Climate variable
3957 1 246259095.5 5.522878745 ENSG00000200085 ENSG00000200085 T Winter
4409 2 42793437.5 5.045757491 ENSG00000200550 ENSG00000200550 Sr Winter
5939 2 204522128.5 4.769551079 ENSG00000163600 ICOS T Winter
7408 3 126349236.5 4.619788758 ENSG00000221955 SLC12A8 Sr Winter
7818 3 173051823 8.107645718 ENSG00000186329 TMEM212 rH Summer
12431 6 108664283.5 6 ENSG00000112335 SNX3 rH Winter
13542 7 42105104.5 5.698970004 ENSG00000106571 GLI3 T Winter
19172 10 98101022.5 4.657577319 ENSG00000197430 OPALIN Pr Summer
19390 10 112828735.5 10.1 and 5.4 ENSG00000150594 ADRA2A Pr Summer and Sr Winter
20844 11 70830115 6 ENSG00000172893 DHCR7 Sr Winter
20915 11 74006345 8 and 5 ENSG00000077514 POLD3 Sr Winter and T Winter
20917 11 74074065 5.20E + 00 ENSG00000223202 ENSG00000223202 T Winter
25106 14 103201459 5.00E + 00 ENSG00000126214 KLC1 Sr Winter
32676 20 60900313 6.10E + 00 ENSG00000101189 C20orf20 Pr Summer

Climate variables are abbreviated as following: Pr = precipitation, rH = relative humidity, T = temperature, and Sr = solar radiation.

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Raj et al. BMC Genetics 2013 14:87   doi:10.1186/1471-2156-14-87

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