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Table 1 Summary of MHC class II DRB2 variation by population

From: Selection and demography drive range-wide patterns of MHC-DRB variation in mule deer

Population n MHC
A AP HO HE HWE p value Tajima’s D Fu’s Fs Fu and Li’s D* Fu and Li’s F*
AB-728 24 13 0 0.667 0.837 * 1.25 11.69 1.31 1.54
AB-OR 23 14 0 0.696 0.868 ** 1.48 10.38 1.07 1.46
AZ-30 24 10 0 0.750 0.867 ns 1.32 17.42 1.57* 1.76*
AZ-KF 24 11 0 0.750 0.814 ns 1.16 13.65 1.12 1.36
CO-SJ 24 10 0 0.583 0.839 * 1.65 18.13 1.67** 1.99**
CO-ST 24 13 0 0.583 0.859 ns 0.82 10.96 1.11 1.20
KS-BD 24 11 0 0.625 0.859 * 0.67 12.46 2.04** 1.84*
MT-RV 24 16 3 0.708 0.893 ** 1.42 6.95 0.96 1.35
ND-SW 24 15 0 0.583 0.832 *** 0.61 7.36 1.21 1.18
NV-PC 24 17 0 0.750 0.917 ns 0.91 6.46 1.60* 1.61
SD-CU 24 10 0 0.542 0.824 *** 1.06 15.58 0.77 1.05
SK-14 23 11 0 0.435 0.831 *** 0.98 12.64 1.76** 1.76*
SO-CS 24 8 0 0.583 0.829 ns 1.66 20.09 1.04 1.51
TX-AL 23 11 2 0.783 0.836 ns 1.42 15.52 1.10 1.45
WY-SH 24 17 0 0.833 0.880 ns 1.06 6.66 1.24 1.40
YK-SE 23 6 0 0.565 0.793 ns 2.24* 26.75 2.00** 2.49**
  1. Populations are listed with their sample sizes (n). Population codes are alphanumeric, with the prefix describing the state or province of collection and the suffix describing the specific sample location. MHC statistics include number of alleles (A), number of private alleles (AP), observed (HO) and expected heterozygosity (HE), deviations from HWE listed as a significance value, and neutrality test values including Tajima’s D, Fu’s Fs, Fu and Li’s D* and F*. Significance values: *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001.