Additional file 4 of Reliable wolf-dog hybrid detection in Europe using a reduced SNP panel developed for non-invasively collected samples

  • Teodora Sin (Ophavsperson)
  • Berardino Cocchiararo (Ophavsperson)
  • Federica Mattucci (Ophavsperson)
  • Anne Jarausch (Ophavsperson)
  • Astrid Vik Strønen (Ophavsperson)
  • Ilpo Kojola (Ophavsperson)
  • Jenni Harmoinen (Ophavsperson)
  • Raquel Godinho (Ophavsperson)
  • Laura Kvist (Ophavsperson)
  • Romolo Caniglia (Ophavsperson)
  • Hannes Lohi (Ophavsperson)
  • Marjo K. Hyt?nen (Bidrager)
  • Jouni Aspi (Ophavsperson)
  • Carsten Nowak (Ophavsperson)
  • Violeta Mu?oz-Fuentes (Bidrager)
  • Alina von Thaden (Ophavsperson)
  • Andrea Gazzola (Ophavsperson)
  • Ettore Randi (Ophavsperson)
  • Aritz Ruiz-González (Bidrager)
  • Marco Galaverni (Ophavsperson)

Data set


Additional file 4: Table S4. FST values for dogs and wolves grouped based on the sampling location, except for Italian immigrants that were sampled in Germany. Analysis was performed also without Italian immigrants (n = 7) and Russian wolves (n = 4) due to low sample sizes in these groups. However, the FST values between the remaining groups were the same. When all wolves were combined as one group (n = 288), the overall FST to dogs (without wolf-dog breeds, n = 300) was 0.72 (p
Dato for tilgængelighed1 jan. 2021