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Table 2 Significantly differentiated regions

From: Characterizing the genetic differences between two distinct migrant groups from Indo-European and Dravidian speaking populations in India

Discovery mechanism Chr Start (Mb) End (Mb) FST (window size) XP-EHH (directiona) iHS (INS) iHS (GIH) Genes
F ST 4 17.0 17.5 Top 0.1% (500 kb) No evidence No evidence Top 1% QDPR, FAM184B, CLRN2, DCAF16, LAP3, MED28
  5 105.4 105.7 Top 0.1% (100 kb) Top 0.5% (negative) No evidence No evidence -
  8 85.0 85.6 Top 0.1% (500 kb) Top 0.5% (negative) No evidence No evidence RALYL
  15 45.7 46.2 Top 0.1% (500 kb) Top 0.5% (negative) No evidence No evidence SLC24A5, MYEF2, CTXN2, SLC12A1
  17 41.3 41.5 Top 0.1% (100 kb) Top 0.5% (positive) No evidence No evidence MAPT, STH, KIAA1267
iHS 12 23.0 23.3 Top 1% (100 kb) No evidence No evidence Top 0.1% -
  12 58.3 58.6 No evidence Top 0.5% (negative) No evidence Top 0.1% SLC16A7
  12 80.3 80.6 Top 1% (100 kb) No evidence Top 0.1% No evidence ACSS3, PPFIA2
  1. Regions identified and validated across the genome by different discovery mechanisms using three population genetics metrics calculated from the data for GIH and INS.
  2. aPositive direction indicates evidence of positive selection in INS while negative direction indicates evidence of positive selection in GIH.
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