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Table 1 QTL with estimates and position

From: Genetical genomics of growth in a chicken model

Chr cM Mb LOD Trait a SE d SE a_by_sex SE d_by_sex SE Interactions Interval start (Mb) Interval end (Mb) Variance explained (%)
1 509 34 27.0 w42 19.9 2.1 9.6 2.7       28.9 34.7 4.0
1 510 34 5.5 g112.212 31.4 6.4 −4.8 8.0       28.9 34.7 2.0
1 510 34 42.4 w112 83.3 13.3 64.3 16.6 −34.9 13.0 0.6 17.6 1@510.0:27@68.2 28.9 34.7 9.0
1 510 34 43.6 w212 159.8 13.1 15.6 17.1 −75.4 16.8 35.9 23.2   28.9 34.7 8.4
1 512 35 35.3 g42.112 85.3 7.9 14.2 10.2 −47.4 10.0 20.1 14.0   28.9 34.7 7.0
1 1138 81 4.3 w112 −25.6 6.0 −7.0 8.0       77.6 85.0 0.8
1 1137 81 5.1 g42.112 −23.1 5.2 −9.0 6.9       78.6 85.0 0.9
2 158 18 9.4 g112.212 1.2 7.1 −6.5 9.4      11@4.0:2@158.0 16.7 19.3 3.4
2 255 34 5.2 w42 12.6 3.8 −27.7 6.8 −8.8 5.3 29.1 9.3   29.0 39.1 0.7
3 631 93 7.5 w42 −19.8 4.5 −7.2 6.8 8.7 5.7 −6.7 8.9   92.6 95.1 1.0
4 265 31 8.6 w212 7.8 9.8 19.0 12.3      4@265.0:24@14.1 30.2 32.9 1.4
4 493 76 11.7 g42.112 −9.2 7.6 −7.3 9.7 30.7 9.3 −28.2 13.4 4@493.0:17@169.0 73.8 79.3 2.1
6 207 21 5.0 w212 26.2 8.2 29.3 11.1       16.0 21.6 0.8
6 259 27 13.8 g42.112 15.5 5.5 53.4 7.6      6@259.0:12@66.0 25.5 29.9 2.5
6 258.7 27 9.0 w112 26.6 13.1 37.3 14.5      27@68.2:6@258.7 25.5 29.9 1.6
10 177 12 4.4 w42 8.8 2.4 8.2 2.9       11.1 15.1 0.6
11 4 1 9.2 g112.212 −5.1 6.9 −16.6 9.1      11@4.0:2@158.0 1.3 3.8 3.4
12 66 5 8.6 g42.112 12.2 7.2 −35.5 10.0      6@259.0:12@66.0 2.7 17.4 1.5
12 64 5 4.4 w212 34.7 10.2 −19.8 14.4       2.7 5.9 0.7
17 169 9 8.3 g42.112 20.6 6.0 −25.5 8.7      4@493.0:17@169.0 7.2 9.5 1.5
23 147 5 4.8 w112 −31.0 7.0 7.4 11.1       3.5 4.7 0.9
23 154.9 5 3.8 g42.112 −20.4 5.1 0.8 6.8       3.5 4.7 0.7
24 14.1 1 9.5 w212 1.1 9.0 −38.1 10.9      4@265.0:24@14.1 1.1 1.5 1.5
27 68.1 3 4.2 w212 37.8 11.1 −1.7 13.3       2.4 3.4 0.7
27 68.2 3 9.6 w112 43.6 15.0 19.2 16.1      1@510.0:27@68.2 27@68.2:6@258.7 2.4 4.7 1.8
  1. Columns indicate the trait, the location of the QTL (in cM and Mb), the LOD score for the QTL, the additive and dominance estimates with standard errors, the coefficients for additive and dominance by sex interactions with standard errors, epistatic pairs that the QTL contribute to, the limits of the QTL confidence interval (in Mb), and the variance explained