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Table 3 Splicing QTL master regulators identified in longissimus dorsi muscle. The SNP location (BTA: bp), SNP name, cluster number from Fig. 4, minor allele frequency (MAF), number of sQTLs associated with each master regulator, the proportion of DEG sQTLs, and the harboring or closest gene are shown for each eQTL master regulator

From: Identification of eQTLs and sQTLs associated with meat quality in beef

SNP locationSNP nameClusteraMAF (%)Number% DEGHarboring gene or closest genesb
of sQTLssQTLs
1: 144,604,558rs38122277317339.1PDE9A - WDR4
2: 11,594,176rs208227436232817.9ZNF804A
2: 84,792,003rs208053623342119.0DNAH7
4: 5,827,343rs3814766204422133.3ZPBP - VWC2
8: 92,924,658rs382101207532313.0RNF20
8: 93,336,078BTB_01634267542020.0PLEKHB2 - SNORA19
8: 95,762,113rs136343964532213.6OR13F1
8: 104,345,143rs3787069476219227.1ALAD
14: 57,184,022rs210798753722450.0PKHD1L1
15: 25,536,733rs209617551823435.3SNORA3
15: 35,729,304rs38250184494339.1NUCB2 - ENSBTAG00000032859
16: 75,296,157rs418218371042020.0SYT14 - DIEXF
18: 61,257,126 11492544.0ENSBTAG00000000336 - ENSBTAG00000046961
  1. aCluster number used in Fig. 4
  2. bBolded genes were selected as master regulators when the associated SNP was intergenic; underlined gene names were identified as expressed in skeletal muscle in the present analysis