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Song-Song Xu, Lei Gao, Xing-Long Xie, Yan-Ling Ren, Zhi-Qiang Shen, Feng Wang, Min Shen, Emma Eyþórsdóttir, Jón Hallsteinn Hallsson, Tatyana Kiseleva, Juha Kantanen, Meng-Hua Li

Genome-wide association analyses provide novel insights into different genetic mechanisms for litter size among sheep breeds

Front Genet. 2018 Apr 10;9:118.


 Data Finnsheep.map.gz4.25 MB2017-05-25 09:10:33
 Data Finnsheep.ped.gz8.42 MB2017-05-25 09:10:32
 Data hu.map.gz5.12 MB2018-02-08 16:40:43
 Data hu.ped.gz20.65 MB2018-02-08 16:41:07
 Data Icelandic.map.gz3.84 MB2017-05-09 09:38:29
 Data Icelandic.ped.gz4.65 MB2017-05-09 09:38:27
 Data Romanov.map.gz4.03 MB2017-05-24 10:41:32
 Data Romanov.ped.gz8.25 MB2017-05-24 10:41:31
 Data Texel.map.gz5.12 MB2018-02-08 16:50:08
 Data Texel.ped.gz17.3 MB2018-02-08 16:50:36
 Data wadi.map.gz5.12 MB2018-02-08 16:39:15
 Data wadi.ped.gz29.61 MB2018-02-08 16:40:34
 Figure 1.pdf232.49 KB2018-02-08 10:13:40
 phenotypic data.xlsx35.28 KB2018-02-08 16:29:19
 Table 1.xlsx11.15 KB2018-03-02 15:11:35
 Table 2.xls30 KB2018-03-02 15:11:28
 Table 3.xlsx29.38 KB2018-03-02 15:11:22

Contact: Song-Song Xu (ssongxu6959@163.com)
         Institute of Zoology
         Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
         Beijing 100101, China

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Figure_1  Parity effect for litter size in the six breeds. X-axis is labeled
          as the number of parity and Y-axis represents litter size. Pairwise
          statistical comparisons between means of litter size in parity's
          clades were performed using Student's t-test. p: * = p < 0.05,
          **=p < 0.01 and *** = p < 0.001.

Table_1   Parity effect for litter size and pairwise statistical comparisons
          between means of litter size in parity's clades in the six breeds.

Table_2   The threshold of Bonferroni-corrected 5% chromosome-wise significance
          and Bonferroni-corrected genome-wide and chromosome-wise significant
          SNPs and their nearest gene based on the GWAS in the six sheep breeds.
          The P_value corresponds to the corrected significance of GWAS after
          principle component adjustment. The symbol (/) denotes that no genes
          are located on upstream and downstream of the tested SNPs.

Table_3   Bonferroni-corrected genome-wide and chromosome-wise significant SNPs
          and their nearest gene based on the GWAS in the six sheep breeds,
          respectively.The P_value corresponds to the corrected significance of
          GWAS after principle component adjustment. The symbol (/) denotes that
          no genes are located on upstream and downstream of the tested SNPs.

 
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