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Table 2 ROH island regions (bins of one Mb) for 26 cat populations listed per chromosome

From: A publicly available repository of ROH islands reveals signatures of selection in different livestock and pet species

Population Chromosome
A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 B3 B4 C1 C2 D1 D2 D3 D4 E1 E2 E3 F1 F2
Abyssinian     34–42   27–30    65–91          
American Curl    17–18    143–146           15–41   
Bengal    87–90     82–89 39–40    60–77     37–38    
British Shorthair 83–87      24–30 32–37       33–33      
Burmese     35–49   22–30     26–55   28–32       
Colony       25–25          37–38    
Devon Rex        35–83            
Domestic       26–29             
LaPerm 83–84      27–29        31–34   25–38    
Lykoi       26–29          23–38    
Maine Coon 0–4      27–28        35–38    15–17   
Munchkin       25–29        30–33      
Norwegian Forest Cat 127–129 98–99     23–30 33–35         37–38    
Oriental 83–87      23–30 32–34 166–174 91–93          
Oriental Toygers 157–159   130–131    27–30 114–119      27–30    49–49    
Persian 160–203 58–61   149–150     104–112         15–17   
Peterbald 181–193      23–58   166–168 91–122          
Ragdoll 54–88    40–61   26–29     46–46         
Scottish Fold   101–103 49–50    25–30          37–39    
Selkirk Rex       24–29   103–110        37–40    
Siamese 152–186   49–52   73–73 25–30 32–34 166–174 91–93 43–45; 92–92         
Siberian 186–186      24–30        33–33      
Sphynx          136–140       53–57 15–17   
Tenessee Rex       25–31     22–41         
Turkish Van 34–34             31–33      
Wildcat                   
  1. Within each cell of the table, the size of genomic region(s) with a ROH island is indicated in Mb. ROH islands were detected for multiple populations on e.g. chromosome B3 (25–29 Mb), E2 (37–38 Mb) and D4 (31–33 Mb)