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Table 1 Summary statistics for AVPR1B.

From: A complex selection signature at the human AVPR1B gene

Region Pop.a Nb Sc πd θWe Tajima's Df Fu and Li's D*f Fu and Li's F*f
      rankg   rankg   rankg   rankg   rankg
Exon 1 (2268 bp) YRI 48 15 19.22 0.96 14.90 0.85 0.89 (0.046) 0.90 0.21 (0.25) 0.67 0.52 (0.13) 0.76
  AA 48 13 12.78 0.84 12.91 0.77 -0.03 (0.26) 0.68 -1.52 (0.15) 0.15 -1.20 (0.25) 0.25
  EU 46 8 4.71 0.50 8.02 0.73 -1.13 (0.22) 0.16 -2.20 (0.048) 0.05 -2.18 (0.042) 0.05
  AS 50 3 1.90 0.28 2.95 0.30 -0.69 (0.22) 0.32 0.89 (0.17) 0.83 0.48 (0.33) 0.68
Exon 2 (2112 bp) YRI 48 20 32.67 0.99 19.08 0.94 1.71 (0.005) 0.97 1.32 (0.019) 0.96 1.72 (0.002) 0.99
  AA 48 19 32.01 >0.99 20.26 0.96 1.84 (0.003) 0.99 1.66 (<0.001) >0.99 2.04 (<0.001) >0.99
  EU 46 14 22.53 0.98 15.05 0.96 1.52 (0.062) 0.90 1.54 (0.002) >0.99 1.81 (0.009) 0.98
  AS 50 14 12.17 0.88 14.77 0.97 -0.54 (0.275) 0.39 1.54 (0.002) >0.99 0.99 (0.177) 0.86
  1. a population;
  2. b sample size;
  3. c number of segregating sites;
  4. d θw estimation per site (× 10-4);
  5. e π estimation per site (× 10-4);
  6. f p values in parenthesis are obtained by applying a population genetics model that incorporated demographic models [34];
  7. g percentile rank relative to the distribution of 2 kb reference windows genes.