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Table 5 Comparison of nonsynonomous (NSS) and synonomous (SS) substitutions in ATPase6 and ATPAse8 genes among clades

From: Analysis of Canis mitochondrial DNA demonstrates high concordance between the control region and ATPase genes

Clade Sample Size NSS SS dN/dS
ATPase6
All 25 11 52 0.045
NWATPall 18 5 23 0.073
NWATP1ew 2 1 4 0.082
NWATP2coyI+ATP3coyII 16 5 17 0.088
NWATP2coyI 10 2 9 0.073
NWATP3coyII 6 3 8 0.112
OWATP4all 7 4 9 0.163
OWATP4North 4 3 4 0.282
ATPase8
All 25 10 13 0.171
NWATPall 18 4 6 0.295
NWATP1ew 2 0 0 0.000
NWATP2coyI+ATP3coyII 16 3 6 0.214
NWATP2coyI 10 1 4 0.070
NWATP3coyII 6 2 2 0.285
OWATP4all 7 3 0 n/a
OWATP4North 4 0 0 0.000
  1. Sample size is the number of sequences analyzed based on haplotypes determined from the complete ATPase sequence (1067 bp). Dog sequence Catp04 was excluded from the analysis because it clustered independently from other Old World (OW) sequences. OWNorth includes haplotypes Catp03 and Catp18 from the NWT, Canada, Catp08 from Sweden, and Catp09 from Russia. The ratio of nonsynonomous to synonomous substitutions is calculated as dN/dS, where dN is the number of nonsynonomous substitutions per nonsynonomous site, and dS is the number of synonomous substitutions per synonomous site. All calculations were done in DNAsp v. 5.10. Clades are those identified in Figure 2b.
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