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Table 2 Population-specific alternate loci

From: Alternate-locus aware variant calling in whole genome sequencing

Alternate locus FIN LWK CHB PEL
chr4_KI270787v1_alt    \(\checkmark \) \(\checkmark \)
chr5_GL383531v1_alt \(\checkmark \)    
chr5_GL949742v1_alt    \(\checkmark \)  
chr6_GL383533v1_alt     \(\checkmark \)*
chr6_KI270801v1_alt   \(\checkmark \) \(\checkmark \) \(\checkmark \)*
chr9_GL383542v1_alt   \(\checkmark \)   
chr11_JH159136v1_alt   \(\checkmark \)   \(\checkmark \)*
chr13_KI270839v1_alt \(\checkmark \)   \(\checkmark \) \(\checkmark \)*
chr14_KI270844v1_alt    \(\checkmark \) \(\checkmark \)
chr15_GL383555v2_alt \(\checkmark \)*   \(\checkmark \) \(\checkmark \)*
chr18_GL383570v1_alt    \(\checkmark \)  
  1. Shown are all the alternate loci that were inferred to be present in at least 90% of the individuals of a population. Alternate loci present in all investigated individuals of the population are marked with an asterisk (*)
  2. CHB Asian, Han Chinese in Beijing, China, FIN European, Finnish in Finland, LWK African, Luhya in Webuye, Kenya, PEL South Americans, Peruvians from Lima, Peru