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Table 1 Significant SNPs for total number of piglets born as a male fertility trait

From: Association between single-nucleotide polymorphisms within candidate genes and fertility in Landrace and Duroc pigs

BreedNLNLNDNDND
GeneBMPR1BCOX-2ZP3PLCzVWF
GenbankNW_003610967.1NW_003300644.3NM_213893.1NM_214350.1NM_001246221.1
Chromosome89355
Position13374394114025254998405225768242067005497
Genotype[C/T][C/T][G/T][A/G][C/T]
SNP databasers331082315rs337596396rs339149260rs338483233rs328291649
Genetic variance (%)0.9243,1010. 550.710. 91
P-value0.0100.0100.0180.0250.010
Minor allele frequency (MAF)0.210.480.050.440.43
Hardy–Weinberg equilibrium (HWE)0.580.780.190.890.74
Consequence3 prime UTR variant3 prime UTR variantIntron variantMissense variantMissense variant
  1. The significant SNPs for Landrace (NL) and Duroc (ND) boars based on their performance as father (male fertility). Positions are given according to pig genome build Sscrofa10.2 obtained from the ENSEMBL web site (https://www.ensembl.org)