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Table 5 Summary statistics of 15 microsatellite loci screened in 6 populations of Schistosoma haematobium

From: Significant variance in genetic diversity among populations of Schistosoma haematobium detected using microsatellite DNA loci from a genome-wide database

Locus PI Populations with null alleles Pairwise FSTwith p > 0.001 A Score Rank of usefulness
Shae_01 0.22 0 4 6.9 9 2
Shae_02 0.37 2 7 6.4 23 8
Shae_03 0.30 0 6 7.6 12 3
Shae_04 0.25 0 4 7.0 9 2
Shae_05 0.36 0 3 6.8 15 6
Shae_06 0.42 0 4 5.6 22 7
Shae_07 0.44 1 8 4.5 32 12
Shae_08 0.28 0 4 8.2 8 1
Shae_09 0.34 2 5 6.8 16 5
Shae_10 0.36 2 7 4.7 27 10
Shae_11 0.49 0 10 3.5 36 14
Shae_12 0.61 1 7 4.5 35 13
Shae_13 0.43 0 10 5.4 29 11
Shae_14 0.21 0 5 6.3 13 4
Shae_15 0.59 0 3 5.4 27 9
  1. PI is the probability of identity, the number of populations with expected null alleles present, the number of populations with non-significant (p > 0.001)FST values (significance determined by G-based exact test), A is the mean number of alleles, Score is determined from rank-sum of desirable characteristics (e.g., allelic diversity, lack of predicted null alleles, etc.; see text for details), Rank of Usefulness is the rank order for loci based on Score (lowest Score and rank is best), loci with the same rank indicate loci with identical rank sums.