Supplementary Information for
Rozen S, Marszalek JD, Alagappan RK, Skaletsky H, Page DC.
Remarkably little variation in proteins encoded by the Y chromosome's single-copy genes, implying effective purifying selection
American Journal of Human Genetics 85, 923 (2009)
- Supplementary Table 1 The105 samples that were resequenced and the MSY haplogroups a (SNP-based haplotypes) used in selecting them.
- Supplementary Table 2 Pseudogenes surveyed for DNA sequence variation.
- Supplementary Table 3 GenBank accession numbers for STSs (PCR products) used for resequencing genes and pseudogenes. The GenBank entries provide primer pairs and reaction conditions.
- Supplementary Table 4 Detected sequence variants in Y-chromosomal single-copy genes and pseudogenes.
- Supplementary Table 5 The human Y-chromosome’s X-degenerate genes show much lower variability at non-degenerate sites than at four-fold degenerate sites, in introns and in pseudogenes.
- Figure S1 Genealogical Tree of Human Y Chromosomes.
- Figure S2 Genealogical Tree of Human Y Chromosomes Continued, Branches G through J.
- Figure S3 Genealogical Tree of Human Y Chromosomes Continued, Branches L through O and T.
- Figure S4 Genealogical Tree of Human Y Chromosomes Continued, Branches P, Q, and R.
- Figure S5 Alignments of 12 USP9 Genes to Human USP9Y near the D65E Mutation.