Table 2

Chromosome wide significant boar taint QTLs confirmed by a haplotype analysis mapped to Sscrofa10.2 in different breeds.

QTDT

QFAM


SSC#

Trait

p-value

emperical p-value

Peak (Mb)

Interval (Mb)


Duroc

3

log Skatole

2.0E-05'

8.0E-05

19.615

16.518-20.52

3

log Androstenone

8.0E-05

4.0E-05

120.04

113.99-122.62

5

log S/I-index

1.0E-05

2.0E-05

18.728

18.728-18.962

6

log Androstenone

1.0E-05

3.0E-05

75.721

75.721-76.450

10a

log Indole

4.0E-05

NS

7.961

7.793-18.265

10b

log Indole

2.0E-05

NS

62.985

52.066-63.550

12

log Androstenone

1.0E-05

2.0E-05

41.225

41.209-46.114

14

log Androstenone

6.0E-05

6.0E-05

19.421

19.421-21.826

Landrace

1

log Androstenone

3.0E-05

NS

164.281

164.281-166.282

2a

log Androstenone

2.0E-05

6.0E-05

98.469

85.522-106.398

2b

log Androstenone

2.0E-05

4.0E-05

142.568

142.568-144.814

5

log S/I-index

6.0E-06

4.0E-05

87.29

62.442-88.563

6

log Indole

7.0E-06

3.0E-05

134.996

134.141-140.591

7

log Androstenone

1.0E-06*

1.0E-05

40.375

2.451-40.421

11

log Indole

4.0E-05

4.0E-05

87.549

single SNP

12

log Androstenone

5.0E-05

4.0E-05

45.898

single SNP

14

log S/I-index

3.0E-05

3.0E-05

152.887

149.608-153.745

14

log Indole

2.0E-06*

1.0E-05

151.637

150.832-153.786

15

log Indole

4.0E-05

4.0E-05

17.709

2.724-17.767

Yorkshire

6a

log S/I-index

NS

1.0E-05

76.056

75.839-80.408

6b

log S/I-index

NS

2.0E-05

157.089

155.897-157.734

7

log S/I-index

3.0E-05'

1.0E-05

99.096

98.947-101.548

8

log S/I-index

NS

2.0E-05

38.293

35.328-40.051

9

log Skatole

7.0E-06

1.0E-05

30.292

15.055-30.539

11b

log Androstenone

8.0E-06

7.0E-05

75.129

78.672-80.006

12

log Androstenone

2.0E-05

7.0E-05

37.443

35.941-45.383

14

log Androstenone

5.0E-06

2.0E-05

138.164

single SNP

14

log Indole

6.0E-07**

1.0E-05

152.48

149.326-153.593


**,* = p < 0.01, p < 0.05 genome-wide significant, # = Sus scrofa chromosome

' = QTDT on none log transformed trait, NS = not significant at the 5% Bonferroni level

Gregersen et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:22   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-22

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