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Table 2 Linear regression analyses summarizing the significant relationship of ChrY CNV with EAE susceptibility and phenotypes associated with X-Y intragenomic conflict

From: Copy number variation in Y chromosome multicopy genes is linked to a paternal parent-of-origin effect on CNS autoimmune disease in female offspring

X Female CDS Male CDS Sex ratio Sperm head abnormalities
Sly F = 17.66; P = 0.0012 F = 13.26; P = 0.0034 F = 82.03; P < 0.0001 F = 19.65; P = 0.0016
Ssty1 F = 7.442; P = 0.0183 F = 12.31; P = 0.0043 F = 8.452; P = 0.0131 F = 9.173; P = 0.0143
Ssty2 F = 0.4947; P = 0.4953 F = 6.323; P = 0.0272 F = 0.1788; P = 0.6798 F = 0.8289; P = 0.3863
Srsy F = 5.958; P = 0.0311 F = 0.5336; P = 0.4791 F = 9.191; P = 0.0104 F = 14.38; P = 0.0043
Rbmy F = 9.378; P = 0.0099 F = 8.751; P = 0.012 F = 23.95; P = 0.0004 F = 8.535; P = 0.017
Rbm31y F = 3.017; P = 0.108 F = 2.156; P = 0.1677 F = 11.14; P = 0.0059 F = 3.024; P = 0.116