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Table 2 Summary statistics and coalescence estimates for NAT2 sequence data.

From: Worldwide distribution of NAT2 diversity: Implications for NAT2 evolutionary history

Sample H a π b θ w c Ne d T MRCA e
Mandenka (1188 bp) 0.837 0.218 0.173 10,932 799 ± 267
Mandenka (870 bp) 0.837 0.298 0.238 15,658 1,145 ± 382
12 African populationsf (870 bp)      
   meang 0.806 0.265 0.220 14,098 1,071 ± 372
   standard deviationg ± 0.061 ± 0.038 ± 0.034 ± 2,733  
   minimumg 0.678 0.181 0.156 9,173 947 ± 332
   maximumg 0.879 0.302 0.271 19,903 1,297 ± 418
  1. a Haplotype diversity
  2. b Nucleotide diversity per bp (× 10-2) with Jukes and Cantor's correction
  3. c Watterson's estimator of the population mutation parameter per bp (× 10-2)
  4. d Effective population size
  5. e Time to the most recent common ancestor (TMRCA) of all sampled genes (in thousand years)
  6. f Sequence data from Patin et al. [10]
  7. g Are reported here the mean (and standard deviation), minimum, and maximum values of the statistics computed for each of the twelve sub-Saharan African samples of Patin et al. [10]