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Geographical and linguistic affiliations of populations sampled in this study, and allele frequencies in the studied populations
Number of individuals
Russia, Krasnodar region
Belarus, Brest region, Pinsk
Belarus, Minsk region, Mjadel'
Belarus, Mogilev region, Klimovichi
Russia, Tver region, Andreapol'
Russia, Smolensk region, Sychevka
Russia, Kursk region, Ponyri
Russia, Ivanovo region, Puchezh
Russia, Archangelsk region, Oshevensk
Russia, Archangelsk region, Mezen'
Russia, Vologda region, Babaevo
Komi 1 (Izhemski)i
Russia, Komi Republic, Izhma
Komi 2 (Priluzski)i
Russia, Komi Republic, Obyachevo
Russia, Khanty-Mansi autonomous region
Russia, Yamalo-Nenetsky autonomous region
Russia, Saha Republic, Tiungiuliu
Russia, Republic Kalmykiya, Elista
SNP accession numbers and corresponding RFLPs names are presented for the polymorphisms studied. Alleles without restriction sites are named "allele 1", alleles with restriction sites "allele 2".
a only A and G were detected at this SNP locus in a sample of 2450 chromosomes from 17 populations http://www.hapmap.org, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SNP
b only T and C were detected at this SNP locus in a sample of 1204 chromosomes from 14 populations http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SNP
c only A and T were detected at this SNP locus in a sample of 142 chromosomes from three populations http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SNP
d only T and C were detected at this SNP locus in a sample of 946 chromosomes from 12 populations http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SNP
e only T and C were detected at this SNP locus in a sample of 2628 chromosomes from 21 populations http://www.hapmap.org, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SNP
f population initially described in 
g population initially described in 
h population initially described in 
i population initially described in 
j population initially described in 
The locations of these polymorphisms are shown on the gene map
(Figure 1), and allele frequencies in the populations studied are
presented in Table 1.
Alleles 1 at the TaqI B, BclI, and TaqI A loci were more
frequent in the populations of Russians 1 and 5, Veps, Komi 2,
Khants, Nenets, Yakuts, and especially Kalmyks, than in the other
populations (Table 1).
It is notable that combinations of allele 2 at the TaqI B locus
with allele 1 at the BclI locus and allele 2 at the MboI locus with
allele 2 at the TaqI D locus, found in the sequenced chimpanzee
genome , were absent in human populations (Table 1)..
The linguistic affiliations and geographical locations of the
studied populations are shown in Table 1 and Figure 5.
These populations have been described previously (see footnotes to
Table 1), except for Andreapol' (Russians 1), Mezen' (Russians 6),
Veps, and Nenets.
Flegontova, Olga V; Khrunin, Andrey V; Lylova, Olga I; Tarskaia, Larisa A; Spitsyn, Victor A; Mikulich, Alexey I; Limborska, Svetlana AJournal: BMC Genetics
Issue 1DOI: 10.1186/1471-2156-10-62Published: 2009-12-01Institution(s):
Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus
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