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Table 2 Index SNPs for regions with p  < 10 −6 for cilantro soapy-taste

From: A genetic variant near olfactory receptor genes influences cilantro preference

SNP Chromosome Position Gene Allele MAF r 2 p discovery p repl OR (CI) Chromosome
rs72921001 11 6,889,648 OR6A2 C/A 0.364 0.969 6.4×10−9 0.0057 0.809 (0.753–0.870) Chromosome
rs78503206 6 158,311,499 SNX9 C/T 0.077 0.980 3.2×10−8 0.49 0.679 (0.588–0.784) Chromosome
chr5:4883483 5 4,883,483 ADAMTS16 C/T 0.032 0.885 1.7×10−7 0.51 0.526 (0.405–0.683) Chromosome
rs7227945 18 4,251,279 DLGAP1/LOC642597 T/G 0.055 0.920 5.3×10−7 0.96 1.447 (1.258–1.663) Chromosome
rs6554267 4 56,158,891 KDR/SRD5A3 T/G 0.019 0.651 7.4×10−7 0.85 1.975 (1.529–2.549) Chromosome
rs13412810 2 192,420,461 MYO1B/OBFC2A G/A 0.141 0.942 7.9×10−7 0.78 0.770 (0.693–0.857) Chromosome
  1. The index SNP is defined as the SNP with the smallest p value within a region. The listed gene is our postulated candidate gene near the SNP. Alleles are listed as major/minor (in Europeans). MAF is the frequency of the minor allele in Europeans, and r2 is the estimated imputation accuracy. pdiscovery and prepl are the discovery and replication p values, respectively. The OR is the discovery odds ratio per copy of the minor allele (e.g., the A allele of rs72921001 is the allele associated with a lower risk of detecting a soapy taste).