Table 1: SNP variation between high- and low-active mice.

Gene Sequence accession no.Chromosome no.SNP position Nucleotide changeRegion
On chromosomeIn geneC3H/HeJC57L/J

Actn2 NC_000079112269977551TCintron 1
122774378011GAintron 1
1228299413568CTintron 1
1229023720811GAintron 1
1229963830212ATintron 2
1230003030604ACintron 2
1230136531939GAintron 4
1233621366787CTintron 18
1233631466888GAintron 18

Casq1 NC_00006711722135063612TGintron 3
1722136813787AGintron 3

Drd2 NC_0000759493447574095GA5′ UTR
4935345312791AG5′ UTR
4936754526883TC5′ UTR
4937292832266GA5′ UTR
4937296432302CT5′ UTR
4937340532743AT5′ UTR
4937607935417AG5′ UTR
4937616435502TC5′ UTR
4939618355521GAintron 1

Lepr NC_000070410180239184984CTintron 17
10180270985302TGintron 17

Papss2 NC_000085193260719811483TCintron 1
3260766911954GAintron 1
3261374418029CTintron 1
3262698431269CTintron 1
3263356237847TCintron 1
3264910353388ACintron 7
3265335357638GAintron 8
3266569569980CA3′ UTR

Haplotype and SNP data were obtained from the Mouse Phylogeny Viewer (http://msub.csbio.unc.edu/). C57L/J are high-active mice and C3H/HeJ are low-active mice.