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Table 2 Characterization of 1 Mb significant genomic windows for abdominal fat and skin traits in the TT Reference Population

From: A genome-wide association study reveals novel genomic regions and positional candidate genes for fat deposition in broiler chickens

Trait GGA (Mb)a SNP window
(first – last position)a
Number of SNP/ window Number of genes/ windowb Proportion of genetic variance explained by the SNP window PPAc
ABF 5 (38) 38,000,437–38,996,916 396 31 0.92 0.84
10 (7) 7,000,336–7,998,549 592 21 0.58 0.93
13 (3) 3,002,617–3,998,616 460 16 1.45 0.88
20 (5) 5,000,651–5,999,452 492 53 0.94 0.88
26 (1) 1,002,598–1,999,851 662 74 1.06 0.95
ABFP 5 (38) 38,000,437–38,996,916 396 31 0.64 0.82
10 (7) 7,000,336–7,998,549 592 21 0.61 0.90
13 (3) 3,002,617–3,998,616 460 16 1.49 0.89
26 (1) 1,002,598–1,999,851 662 74 0.54 0.92
SKINW 15 (6) 6,000,311–6,999,944 544 62 0.73 0.89
24 (5) 5,000,105–5,999,010 778 60 0.56 0.91
27 (3) 3,000,222–3,997,124 933 52 0.60 0.94
SKINP 9 (4) 4,000,836–4,999,336 482 50 0.73 0.83
15 (6) 6,000,311–6,999,944 544 62 0.71 0.91
27 (3) 3,000,222–3,997,124 933 52 0.57 0.95
  1. ABF bdominal fat weight, ABFP abdominal fat percentage, SKINW skin weight, SKINP skin percentage
  2. aMap position based on Gallus_gallus-5.0 assembly (NCBI)
  3. bNumber of genes annotated within the genomic window based on Ensembl Genes 90 Database
  4. cPosterior probability of association (PPA) as described by Onteru et al. [31]