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Table 2 Human polymorphic pseudogenes

From: Identification and analysis of unitary pseudogenes: historic and contemporary gene losses in humans and other primates

Gene CDS disruptive mutation dbSNP IDc HapMap SNP ID
  Changea Locationb   
Nonsense mutation     
   FBXL21 taT (Y) → taA chr5+:135,300,350 rs17169429 (+27) rs17169429 (+27)
   FCGR2C Cag (Q) → Tag chr1+:159,826,011 rs3933769 (-60) rs3933769 (-60)
   GPR33 Cga (R) → Tga chr14-:31,022,505 rs17097921 rs17097921
   SEC22B Caa (Q) → Taa chr1+:143,815,304 rs2794062 rs16826061 (+95)
   SERPINB11 Gaa (E) → Taa chr18+:59,530,818 rs4940595 rs4940595
   TAAR9 Aaa (K) → Taa chr6+:132,901,302 rs2842899 rs2842899
Frame-shift mutation     
   CASP12 ΔCA chr11-:104,268,394-5 rs497116 (-67) rs497116 (-67)
   KRTAP7-1 ΔT chr21-:31123841 rs35359062 rs9982775 (-20)
   PSAPL1 A chr4-:7,487,457 rs58463471 rs4484302 (+441)
   TMEM158 A chr3-:45,242,396 rs11402022 rs33751 (+725)
   TPSB2 ΔC chr16-:1,219,240 rs2234647 rs2745145 (-1771)
  1. aBase change, deletion, and insertion are denoted by '→', '', and 'Δ' respectively. bThe genomic location, based on the NCBI build 36 of the Human Reference Genome, includes the chromosome, the strand ('+' being forward and '-' reverse), and the coordinate of the base change. cThe identifier of the mutation as in the dbSNP (build 129). If a mutation is not included in the dbSNP, the identifier of the closest SNP and its distance (shown in parentheses) to the mutation are shown instead.