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Table 4 Genotype distributions of selected 20 SNPs in Chromosome 14.

From: Shrunken methodology to genome-wide SNPs selection and construction of SNPs networks

  Control Group Disease Group
SNPs AA Aa aa Missing AA Aa aa Missing
rs12434822 0.4391 0.4096 0.1513 0.0000 0.3000 0.5111 0.1889 0.0000
rs1952415 0.5055 0.4354 0.0591 0.0000 0.6185 0.2852 0.0963 0.0000
rs12050360 0.5424 0.3985 0.0591 0.0000 0.6519 0.2889 0.0592 0.0000
rs2248160 0.8155 0.1734 0.0111 0.0000 0.9000 0.1000 0.0000 0.0000
rs7146149 0.4760 0.4354 0.0812 0.0074 0.6174 0.3185 0.0704 0.0037
rs6573113 0.7232 0.2399 0.0369 0.0000 0.6037 0.3556 0.0370 0.0037
rs7560 0.6421 0.2878 0.0664 0.0037 0.5037 0.4000 0.0963 0.0000
rs1950902 0.6199 0.3506 0.0295 0.0000 0.7074 0.2519 0.0407 0.0000
rs11626809 0.8044 0.1882 0.0074 0.0000 0.7000 0.2889 0.0111 0.0000
rs1950764 0.7454 0.2398 0.0148 0.0000 0.6370 0.3445 0.0185 0.0000
rs11620883 0.8155 0.1808 0.0037 0.0000 0.9333 0.0630 0.0037 0.0000
rs3742837 0.6679 0.3026 0.0295 0.0000 0.5370 0.4222 0.0408 0.0000
rs8006322 0.3653 0.5388 0.0959 0.0000 0.4481 0.3889 0.1630 0.0000
rs12589063 0.3911 0.4428 0.1661 0.0000 0.2445 0.5370 0.2037 0.0148
rs7146193 0.3948 0.4465 0.1587 0.0000 0.2445 0.5481 0.2074 0.0000
rs8016079 0.7048 0.2731 0.0221 0.0000 0.8408 0.1481 0.0111 0.0000
rs12589195 0.6199 0.3284 0.0517 0.0000 0.5148 0.4482 0.0370 0.0000
rs7157079 0.8413 0.1550 0.0037 0.0000 0.9407 0.0593 0.0000 0.0000
rs11847484 0.7085 0.2767 0.0148 0.0000 0.8222 0.1704 0.0074 0.0000
rs1152781 0.5978 0.3136 0.0886 0.0000 0.4630 0.4555 0.0815 0.0000
  1. Illustration of genotype distributions of selected 20 SNPs in Chromosome 14 of Parkinson disease genome-wide data set when filter out those SNPs whose missing percentage is >1%. The first column is the ID number of SNP. In Control/Disease group, major/major allele is represented by AA, major/minor is represented by Aa and minor/minor allele is represented by aa. Missing values under < 1% are also considered. Each distribution of the above four category is indicated by their distribution percentage in all samples.