TABLE 2

Overview of the variant population in the sequenced samplesa

SampleTotal no. of samples/no. of unique variantsTotal no. of samples/no. of unique variants causing nonsynonymous substitutionsTotal no. of samples/no. of unique genes containing nonsynonymous substitutions
SWEH14,450/1871,864/801,125/76
SWEH24,404/1252,017/661,184/51
SWEH34,537/1112,135/541,178/55
SWEH44,460/1832,101/871,175/81
SWEH55,185/6832,340/3521,250/180
SWEH65,111/1862,285/911,235/84
SWEH74,219/2562,147/1211,248/108
SWEH8327/10150/385/3
SWEH9889/306491/169366/146
SWEH10425/18201/6105/6
SWEH11683/9378/2286/1
SWEH121,179/286503/136358/123
SWEH13334/18185/1269/2
SWEH1421,296/13,7657,904/5,0042,255/1,765
Shared IbA10G2b7/15/15/1
Shared SWEH1 to -7b1,522/1,263738/622681/489
Shared SWEH1 to -7 + -14b901/685426/332604/289
  • a Variants were divided into overall and unique variants where the unique variants were found only in that specific sample.

  • b Dataset used for further analysis.