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Table 1 Distribution of Common Haplotypes in the Human Genome

From: Intricacies in arrangement of SNP haplotypes suggest “Great Admixture” that created modern humans

CHR Segment Starting Position Haplotype Length (KB) Total SNPs in Haplotype # Common Haplotypes Occurrence of Common Haplotypes Max Diff Common haplotypes # Yin - Yang
CHR_1 1 30923 771 1382 1 166 NA 0
CHR_1 2 808223 44 649 1 348 NA 0
CHR_1 3 1302106 19 298 3 1847 47 2
CHR_1 4 1806647 53 719 4 1499 48 2
CHR_1 5 2302471 49 780 4 702 47 2
CHR_1 6 2802348 36 743 6 1308 43 0
CHR_1 7 3302745 24 439 5 1419 46 0
CHR_1 8 3803755 202 1022 1 121 NA 0
CHR_1 9 4302585 51 874 5 1595 49 2
CHR_1 10 4802513 28 511 6 1478 47 2
CHR_1 11 5302118 6 145 4 1692 46 0
CHR_1 12 5802376 79 1344 4 897 30 0
CHR_1 13 6302510 60 785 3 1278 49 2
CHR_1 14 6802171 24 332 4 1731 48 2
CHR_1 15 7302754 22 385 4 1492 43 0
CHR_1 16 7803891 52 731 7 1286 48 2
CHR_1 17 8304607 47 784 4 1411 49 4
CHR_1 18 8808185 119 1394 5 1592 47 2
CHR_1 19 9302942 34 664 5 1252 40 0
CHR_1 20 9814964 173 2423 3 703 10 0
  1. This table presents segment-wise distribution of Common Haplotypes along the whole human genome. Common Haplotypes are defined as those which occur at least 100 times or more in the 1092 individuals. Segment length is the distance between the coordinates of the first and 50th SNPs with frequency > =0.25. Starting position of each segment has been provided and segment length has been shown in kb. Haplotype pairs which differ in 47 or more loci (out of 50) have been defined as Yin-Yang haplotypes