Table 3

Association of SNPs with disease phenotype
Significance of SNP distribution in Invasive amebic liver abscess, dysentery and Asymptomatic disease
Genbank#accession number AmoebaDB ID Non-synonomous substitution Location in reference contig SNP p value q-value
XM_647889.1& EHI_080100 Pro361Leu 2725C/T 1 0.002** 0.032**
XM_647310.1& EHI_065250 Ser399Asp 10296A/G 3 0.05** 0.3
10297G/A 4
XM_644633.2 EHI_200030 Leu60Ile 16181C/A 8 0.08 0.31
XM_646031.2 EHI_120270 Pro21Ser 7994C/T 9 0.10 0.31
XM_647889.1 EHI_008810 Leu326Ile 73463C/A 10 0.24 0.44
XM_643253.1 EHI_040810 Ala197Glu 1216C/A 11 0.31 0.46
XM_645270.1 EHI_105150 Ile282Met 27395T/G 12 0.42 0.56
XM_001913781.1 EHI_138990 Val1288Leu 30231G/T 13 0.52 0.64
XM_651449.1 EHI_042210 Pro58Leu 39051C/T 14 0.92 1.00
XM_648423.2& EHI_016380 Tyr702His 17795T/C 15 0.97 1.00

#Only loci with diversity H value over 0.25 shown.

** <0.05.

&Representative SNP chosen in linked SNP data sets.

Gilchrist et al.

Gilchrist et al. BMC Microbiology 2012 12:151   doi:10.1186/1471-2180-12-151

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