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Table 1 Genomic regions associated with bTB resistance

From: Fine-mapping host genetic variation underlying outcomes to Mycobacterium bovis infection in dairy cows

  chr Position (bp) LRT h 2 r Candidate Genes
NVLs 100-SNP windows
17 19,342,437–19,650,334 15.10 0.053 LOC783390 matrin 3 pseudogene
22 57,159,725–57,547,638 17.42 0.039 RAF1, MKRN2, MKRN2OS, TSEN2, PPARG, MIR2373
23 6,603,103–7,066,824 20.05 0.035 LRRC1, LOC104975626, KLHL31, GCLC, DSB, BOLA-DYA, BOLA-DYB, BOLA-DOB, LOC100140517
30-SNP windows
22 57,311,814–57,451,910 16.87 0.026 TSEN2, PPARG
22 57,396,014–57,510,400 17.61 0.025 PPARG, MIR2373
23 6,669,083–6,873,884 20.00 0.041 LOC104975626, KLHL31
23 6,774,875–6,975,825 16.64 0.046 KLHL31, GCLC, DSB
Cases 100-SNP windows
  23 6,411,854–6,774,223 15.12 0.033 MLIP, LRRC1, LOC104975626, KLHL31
  1. For the associated trait, the table shows chromosome, start and end position of genomic window in base pairs, LRT, heritability of the region and candidate genes residing within the window of significance. Genomic regions at both the genome-wide and suggestive level identified by regional heritability mapping using 100- and 30-SNP window size are presented