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Table 5 Epistatic effects with BF ≥ 1 in analyzing the BM2 data.

From: Variable selection for large p small n regression models with incomplete data: Mapping QTL with epistases

Markers Coefficient S.D. BF
(1–3.6, 3–14.34) 0.0601 0.1077 1.36
(1–3.6, 3–101.29) 0.0383 0.0994 1.05
(1–14.2, 2–28.53) 0.0156 0.0792 1.07
(1–14.2, 3–134.6) 0.2231 0.1552 116.30
(1–14.2, 3–139) 0.1689 0.1453 13.40
(2–17.08, 3–157.73) 0.3304 0.0806 > 1000
(2–28.53, 3–101.29) 0.2688 0.1063 > 1000
(2–34.72, 3–76.3) 0.1307 0.0960 5.34
(2–113.92, 3–83.15) 0.0779 0.0911 1.89
(2–138.82, 3–147.69) 0.1678 0.0943 12.23
(2–143, 3–101.29) 0.0463 0.0972 1.25
(2–145.85, 3–28.74) 0.0896 0.0909 2.61
(2–145.85, 3–43.2) 0.0330 0.0980 1.07
(2–145.85, 3–101.29) 0.0419 0.0921 1.29
(3–21.3, 3–76.3) 0.0797 0.0856 1.97
(3–28.74, 3–53.54) 0.0487 0.0999 1.19
(3–43.2, 3–123.32) 0.0400 0.1014 1.04
(3–53.54, 3–123.33) 0.1925 0.1226 43.36
  1. The QTL positions of each significant epistatic effect are specified by the indices of the corresponding chromosomes and the locations on the chromosomes (cM). The estimated sizes of the epistatic effects and the standard deviations of the Markov chains are also shown in the columns of coefficient and S.D., respectively.