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Table 1 Mean multiple correlation between (1) the set of common SNPs and the number of rare alleles, (2) permuted common SNPs and the number of rare alleles, (3) the set of common SNPs and the number of synonymous rare alleles, and (4) the set of common SNPs and the number of nonsynonymous rare alleles

From: Capability of common SNPs to tag rare variants

Population (1) Common vs. rare SNPs (2) Random correlation t test P Kolmogorov-Smirnov test P (3) Common vs. synonymous rare SNPs (4) Common vs. nonsynonymous rare SNPs t test P
European 0.078 −0.022 2.84 × 10−9 9.66 × 10−15 0.078 0.077 0.952
Chinese 0.067 0.003 6.80 × 10−6 1.28 × 10−5 0.090 0.041 0.024
Denver Chinese 0.063 −0.002 2.30 × 10−6 3.052 × 10−10 0.085 0.064 0.350
Japanese 0.089 0.004 1.50 × 10−8 6.17 × 10−12 0.091 0.081 0.668
Luhya 0.238 −0.0006 <2.2 × 10−16 <2.2 × 10−16 0.241 0.233 0.678
Tuscan 0.063 −0.002 0.001 4.60 × 10−6 0.088 0.045 0.100
Yoruba 0.120 −0.007 <2.2 × 10−16 <2.2 × 10−16 0.142 0.099 0.008
All samples 0.053 0.054 0.580 0.118 0.057 0.048 7.74 × 10-4