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Table 3 List of statistically significant markers (PFDR < 0.05) and adjacent genes in genome-wide association study for biting behavior and blood-seeking at dusk or dawn

From: Nyssorhynchus darlingi genome-wide studies related to microgeographic dispersion and blood-seeking behavior

Scaffold Position Reference allele Alternative allele List of adjacent genesa PFDR
Biting behavior
ADMH02000641 85279 C T FMRFamide receptor [81054:82517]; cytochrome P450 CYP4H14 [87272:89456]; DNA-J [91017:92150] 6.23 × 10–4
ADMH02000641 86788 C A FMRFamide receptor [81054:82517]; cytochrome P450 CYP4H14 [87272:89456]; DNA-J [91017:92150] 1.03 × 10–2
ADMH02001329 14688 T C period circadian protein [8167:14819]; 8-oxoguanine DNA glycosylase [6298:7671] 1.03 × 10–2
ADMH02002006 31454 G C prp4 [28738:32685] 1.64 × 10–2
Blood-seeking at dusk or dawn
ADMH02000323 77474 G A 3.37 × 10–2
ADMH02001945 12409 G A timeout/timeless-2 [10017:14540]; transmembrane protein 53-B [15487:16608]; thioredoxin [809:2978]; ap endonuclease [17694:20540]; alkylated DNA repair protein alkB homolog [21608:22713] 3.37 × 10–2
ADMH02000929 14323 G A retinal degeneration C protein [15781:45295] 3.76 × 10–2
  1. PFDR, False discovery rate-corrected P-value (Benjamini–Hochberg procedure)
  2. aAdjacent genes located in a maximum range of 10 kb, 5 kb upstream and downstream, are described. Gene start and end positions are represented as follows: [start: end]