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Table 5 Cladistic analysis of Crohn's data 1000 equiparsimonious trees are studied. SNPs are ranked from the least to the most significant. In bold, the presumed susceptibility sites previously identified by Hugot et al. [30].

From: On the use of haplotype phylogeny to detect disease susceptibility loci

  least significant --------> most significant
mfHa SNP 5 SNP 9 SNP 6 SNP 7   SNP 13 SNP 12 SNP8
consHb SNP 9 SNP 5 SNP 6 SNP 7   SNP 13 SNP 12 SNP8
  1. a Rooting on the most frequent haplotype
  2. b Rooting on a consensus sequence