Open Access Research article

Worldwide distribution of NAT2 diversity: Implications for NAT2 evolutionary history

Audrey Sabbagh1*, André Langaney23, Pierre Darlu1, Nathalie Gérard4, Rajagopal Krishnamoorthy4 and Estella S Poloni2

Author Affiliations

1 INSERM U535, BP 1000, 94817 Villejuif Cedex, France

2 Laboratory of Genetics and Biometry, Department of Anthropology and Ecology, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

3 Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France

4 INSERM U763, Paris, France

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BMC Genetics 2008, 9:21  doi:10.1186/1471-2156-9-21

Published: 27 February 2008

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Summary description of the 41 samples included in the worldwide genotyping survey.

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Distribution of NAT2 predicted acetylation phenotypes in the 41 samples of the worldwide genotyping survey.

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Distribution of FST values between Europeans and East Asians across a 400-kb segment encompassing the human NAT gene family on chromosome 8.

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LD/block structure of the European HapMap sample across a 400-kb segment encompassing the human NAT gene family on chromosome 8.

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LD/block structure of the East Asian HapMap sample across a 400-kb segment encompassing the human NAT gene family on chromosome 8.

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