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Table 2 Breed total number of genome positions that display SNP copy number gains and losses

From: Inter- and intra-breed genome-wide copy number diversity in a large cohort of European equine breeds

Breeds SNP CNV % Unique private CNVb
gains losses gains losses
Draught
 Ardenner 4629 (192.88) 4324 (180.17) 3.1 0.4
 Belgian draught horsea 7568 (25.14) 5894 (19.58) 2.8 2.5
 German draught 5777 (262.59) 3894 (177.00) 2.5 0.6
 Exmoor ponies 18,150 (70.90) 4236 (16.55) 6.5 14.0
 Vlaams paard 7318 (332.64) 3715 (168.86) 2.9 1.2
Warmblood
 Belgian Warmblood I 9837 (42.04) 5760 (24.62) 0.1 1.5
 Belgian Warmblood II 10,852 (43.94) 5473 (22.16) 2.4 1.6
 Swedish Warmblood 13,994 (36.54) 5064 (13.22) 0.9 1.1
Friesian
 Friesian horses 56,033 (210.65) 7142 (26.85) 10.5 1.4
  1. SNP CNVs compared to the average signal of the referencea. The average number of SNP CNVs / individual is given within brackets. The percentage of breed specific (unique private) SNP CNV gains and losses in the genome are also shown. bThe sex chromosomes are not included in the total genome size. Every genome position showed a particular SNP CNV in at least 1% of the samples within breed