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Table 2 SNPs from the genome-wide scan with Q values < 0.8 (i.e., false-discovery rate < 80%).

From: Genome-wide association study identifies single-nucleotide polymorphism in KCNB1 associated with left ventricular mass in humans: The HyperGEN Study

SNP Chr Position* MAF P
rs409045 5 34664384 0.44 8.47E-07
rs6450415 5 56384642 0.56 6.43E-05
rs1833534 5 162753563 0.19 9.62E-05
rs6961069 7 80056897 0.57 7.34E-05
rs10499859 7 80096746 0.69 3.27E-06
rs4129000 12 64239801 0.28 2.26E-05
rs4129218 12 64244928 0.38 5.19E-05
rs1155635 13 69845453 0.60 9.09E-05
rs2415872 14 44177211 0.72 8.68E-05
rs238688 20 3473701 0.33 8.33E-05
rs756529 20 47444415 0.68 9.10E-05
rs10483186 22 33669852 0.69 3.12E-05
  1. *dbSNP positions are as bases, from NCBI Build 36; unadjusted P value; Chr = chromosome; MAF = Overall frequency of carriers of minor allele (homozygotes + heterozygotes); SNP = single-nucleotide polymorphism