|(A;A)||4||won't go bald|
|(A;G)||2||Increased risk of baldness|
|(G;G)||0.5||able to go bald|
Since this SNP is on the X chromosome, and affects a trait primarily seen only in males, a single allele is shown as representing the individual's genotype. However, baldness may also occur in females, presumably only in females homozygous for rs6152(G;G) and also harboring the (as yet unknown) additional variations required for baldness.
- lowest P value of 2.1×10-12 for rs10521339
- family based rs938059 shows the lowest P value (4.03×10-6) (table 3)
- rs6152 (P=6.66×10-10)
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