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From: Whole genome sequencing of Turkish genomes reveals functional private alleles and impact of genetic interactions with Europe, Asia and Africa

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The proportion of synonymous and non-synonymous SNPs. SNPs that are found in a single chromosome among the 16 Turkish genomes (Rare) show a significant increase in the proportion of non-synonymous SNPs (NonSyn) to synonymous SNPs (Syn), as compared to all SNPs observed in the same population (p < 0.01, Chi-square with Yates’ correction). This increase is even more visible among SNPs that are seen in a single chromosome and are novel (i.e., not found in other databases) (NovelRare).

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