Supplementary Data
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Publication:

Samantha K Beeson, James R Mickelson, Molly E McCue

Exploration of fine-scale recombination rate variation in the domestic horse

Manuscript under review


 Arab Maps.tar.gz38.36 MB2019-02-19 12:11:26
 Averaged Maps.tar.gz38.83 MB2019-02-19 12:09:46
 Belgian Maps.tar.gz38.64 MB2019-02-19 12:12:58
 FM Maps.tar.gz38.36 MB2019-02-19 12:14:51
 FT Maps.tar.gz38.75 MB2019-02-19 12:16:15
 Icelandic Maps.tar.gz38.74 MB2019-02-19 12:18:08
 inversion list.txt.gz23.65 KB2019-02-19 12:31:27
 Lusitano Maps.tar.gz38.66 MB2019-02-19 12:21:28
 Maremmano Maps.tar.gz38.6 MB2019-02-19 12:23:25
 Morgan Maps.tar.gz38.85 MB2019-02-19 12:24:38
 QH Maps.tar.gz39.11 MB2019-02-19 12:26:01
 SB Maps.tar.gz38.4 MB2019-02-19 12:27:36
 TB Maps.tar.gz37.9 MB2019-02-19 12:29:02
 WP Maps.tar.gz38.82 MB2019-02-19 12:30:34

Contact: Samantha K Beeson (beeso018@umn.edu)
         Veterinary Population Medicine Department,
         University of Minnesota, St Paul, MN

File Descriptions

Each archive contains a README file with more specific information about 
the files' contents.

Archives named *_Maps.tar.gz include recombination maps, hotspots, and 
coldspots, split by chromosome corresponding to the breeds referenced in 
the manuscript.

The file named inversion_list.txt contains a list of predicted inversion 
breakpoints identified from SNP data in the entire cohort. This file 
contains eight columns. The first five columns identify the chromosome 
on which the predicted inversion is located, followed by the approximate 
minima and maxima of the left and right breakpoints in basepairs. The 
sixth column ('MaxBic') refers to the maximum Bayes information criterion 
for evidence of an inversion at each locus. The seventh column ('invFreq') 
refers to the allele frequency of the non-wild-type (inverted) genotype 
in the population according to inveRsion's classification system. The 
eighth column ('cMMb-1') refers to the average recombination rate for 
the domestic horse between the left minimum and the right maximum 
breakpoints.

 
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