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Table 3 Color-associated genes with SNPs showing signatures of directional selection among the three color phenotypes of O. pumilio studied

From: Being red, blue and green: the genetic basis of coloration differences in the strawberry poison frog (Oophaga pumilio)

SNPallelesq-valuealphaFstgeneLink to pigmentation
pasa_150225:833C/T0.0421.3960.447mpzl3_2severe skin and hair abnormalities in mice (p)
pasa_255433:3485G/A0.0321.6230.498fzd6_1melanin synthesis (p)
pasa_343423:2249C/A0.0021.9160.561hba2hyperpigmented human skin
pasa_343423:2449A/G0.0021.9400.567hba2hyperpigmented human skin
pasa_394127:2961C/T0.0461.3870.445med1retinal pigmentation
pasa_398461:1237G/A0.0061.7950.535rxrb_1carotenoid metabolism (p)
pasa_45399:7303C/T0.0181.7180.518unc119retinal pigmentation
pasa_533653:4303G/A0.0021.9350.566kitmelanin synthesis
pasa_533653:4362A/T0.0031.9220.563kitmelanin synthesis
pasa_533653:4575G/A0.0021.9190.562kitmelanin synthesis
pasa_533653:5276A/C0.0021.9350.565kitmelanin synthesis
pasa_534292:953G/A0.0071.7550.526rdh12_3carotenoid metabolism (p)
  1. For each SNP entry, the position and alternative alleles, as well as BayeScan results (posterior probability, q-value, alpha, Fst) are presented along with the gene symbol and potential link to pigmentation. Gene symbols followed by underscore and a number represent potential paralogs and their functions (p) are less reliable