Table 4: Significant and suggestive QTL when D1Mit356 was included as an additive covariate.

TraitQTLChrPeak cM95% CILODNearest markerHigh strain; inheritanceOverlapping QTL
NameReference

CHOCholdq9319.810.8–35.84.2D3Mit25B6, AddCq3[6]
Choldq10423.19.1–37.13.6D4Mit286B6, AddHdlq10[16]
Choldq4559.817.8–71.83.7D5Mit239DDD, RecHdlq1, Hdlq8 [13]
Choldq2839.016.5–51.52.8D8Mit263B6
Choldq11937.012.0–59.04.7D9Mit207DDD, AddCq4, Cq5, Hdlq17[6, 7, 17]
Choldq61737.115.1–50.15.0D17Mit152B6, RecHdlq29 [12]
Choldq7195.03.0–19.03.7D19Mit68DDD

QTL, quantitative trait loci; CI, confidence interval; LOD, logarithm of the odds.
Cross direction was also included as an additive covariate.
QTL symbols were assigned if they were significant or if they were suggestive but were identified as a significant QTL at least once previously in different genetic crosses.
95% CI was defined by a 1.5-LOD decrease.
LOD scores for significant QTL are indicated in bold. The threshold LOD scores for significant and suggestive QTL were 3.4 and 2.1, respectively, for autosomes and 2.8 and 1.5, respectively, for Chr X.
High strain-derived allele was associated with higher plasma lipids.
Mode of inheritance of high strain-derived allele. Add, additive; Rec, recessive.