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Table 2 Significance values (unadjusted and Bonferroni corrected P values) for the top SNPs associated with optimum race distance.

From: A genome-wide SNP-association study confirms a sequence variant (g.66493737C>T) in the equine myostatin (MSTN) gene as the most powerful predictor of optimum racing distance for Thoroughbred racehorses

CHR SNP UNADJ P BONF. P A1 A2 A11 A12 A22
18 g.66493737C>T 1.02E-10 N/A T C 0.1538 0.5962 0.2500
18 BIEC2-417495 1.61E-09 6.58E-05 T C 0.1709 0.5983 0.2308
18 BIEC2-417423 3.55E-08 0.001454 G A 0.1017 0.5169 0.3814
18 BIEC2-417372 6.21E-08 0.002545 G A 0.0932 0.5424 0.3644
18 BIEC2-417274 8.08E-08 0.003312 T G 0.1864 0.6017 0.2119
18 BIEC2-417210 3.13E-07 0.01281 C T 0.2119 0.5763 0.2119
18 BIEC2-417524 4.87E-07 0.01995 G A 0.1186 0.5763 0.3051
18 BIEC2-417507 5.09E-07 0.02086 C A 0.1368 0.5897 0.2735
  1. A11: genotype frequency for homozygotes (allele 1) in the population (n = 118); A12: genotype frequency for heterozygotes; A22 genotype frequency for homozygotes (allele 2). Correction for multiple testing was not applied for g.66493737C>T; however, the association remains stronger (PBonf. = 4.18 × 10-6) after application of a correction factor.