Homophilic (favorably correlated) SNPs are more inclined to be under current good selection.
Homophilic (absolutely correlated) SNPs are more inclined to be under present selection that is positive. Plot programs suggest composite of numerous signals (CMS) rating by SNP correlation quintile for buddies (blue) and strangers (grey). Each quintile contains ?293,600 SNPs. Straight lines show the SEM corrected for correlated findings because of linkage disequilibrium (SI Appendix). For guide, the horizontal line that is dotted the mean CMS rating.
Moreover, we evaluated a model that fits the CMS rating towards the degree of correlation in each SNP, permitting the linear relationship to be varied for homophilic and heterophilic SNPs (SI Appendix).