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Table 6 Sample sets in derived EUR, EAS and AFR geographic groups

From: Distribution of variants in multiple vitamin D-related loci (DHCR7/NADSYN1, GC, CYP2R1, CYP11A1, CYP24A1, VDR, RXRα and RXRγ) vary between European, East-Asian and Sub-Saharan African-ancestry populations

Europeans (EUR)
ALFRED
Sample setnLatitude^Sample ID#Data source*
 Danes5155.0–58.0° NSA000007H[35]
 Finns3660.0–75.0° NSA000018J[35]
 Orcadian1659.0° NSA001508O[36]
 Irish11651.0–56.0° NSA000057M[35]
 French2846.0° NSA001503J[36]
 Basque (France)2443.0° NSA001504K[36]
 Hungarians9245.5–48.5° NSA002023H[35])
 Italian (Tuscan)843.0° NSA001507N[36]
 Italian (Bergamo)1446.0° NSA002255O[36]
 Sardinian2840.0° NSA001505L[36]
 Russians (Vologda)2561.0° NSA001510H[36]
 Russians (Archangel’sk)3463.0–64.5° NSA001530J[35]
 Chuvash4254.5–56.5° NSA000491O[35]
 Adygei (Krasnodar)5444.0–45° NSA000017I[8]
1000 Genomes
 British from England and Scotland (GBR)9149.8–59.5° N  
 Finnish in Finland (FIN)9960.0–75.0° N  
 Iberians in Spain (IBS)10736.0–43.5° N  
 Toscani in Italia (TSI)10738.0–47.0° N  
Total972   
East Asians (EAS)
ALFRED
Sample setnLatitudeSample ID#Data source*
 Ami (Taiwan)4022.5–24.0° NSA000002C[35]
 Atayal (Taiwan)4121.8–25.5° NSA000021D[35]
 Dai (China)1021.0° NSA001493R[36]
 Daur (China)1048.0–49.0° NSA001488V[36]
 Han (China)4536.0–39.0° NSA001483Q[36]
 Hezhen (China)1047.0–48.0° NSA001490O[36]
 Japanese2938.0° NSA002260K[36]
 Koreans5334.5–43.0° NSA003027M[35]
 Lahu (China)1022.0° NSA001494S[36]
 Miao (China)1028.0° NSA001486T[36]
 Naxi (China)1026.0° NSA001496U[36]
 Oroqen (China)1048.0–53.0° NSA001487U[36]
 She (China)1027.0° NSA001495T[36]
 Tu (China)1036.0° NSA001497V[36]
 Tujia (China)1029.0° NSA001484R[36]
 Uygur (China)1044.0° NSA001492Q[36]
 Xibo (China)943.0–44.0° NSA001491P[36]
 Yizu (China)1028.0° NSA001485S[36]
 Hakka (Taiwan)4322.0–35.0° NSA000003D[35]
 Mongolian (China)10 SA001489W[36]
1000 Genomes
 Chinese Dai in Xishuangbanna, China (CDX)9321.0–28.0° N  
 Han Chinese in Beijing, China (CHB)10322.0–40.0° N  
 Han Chinese South, China (CHS)10522.0–40.0° N  
 Japanese in Tokyo, Japan (JPT)10430.0–46.0° N  
Total795   
Sub-Saharan Africans (AFR)
ALFRED
Sample setnLatitudeSample ID#Data source*
 Bantu (SA)822.0–29.0° SSA001818S[36]
 Bantu (Kenya)123.0° SSA001819T[36]
 San (Nambia)721.0° SSA001469U[36]
 Biaka (C. African Republic)354.0° NSA001465Q[36]
 Hausa (Nigeria)397.0–18.0° NSA000100B[35]
 Ibo (Nigeria)485.0–7.0° NSA000099S[35]
 Mbuti (Demographic Republic of the Congo)191.0° NSA004361O[35]
 Yoruba (Nigeria)256.0–10.0° NSA001468T[36]
 Chagga (Tanzania)452.5–3.5° SSA000487T[35]
 Masai (E Africa)221.0° N–6.0° SSA000854R[35]
 Sandawe (Tanzania)394.0–7.0° SSA004366T[35]
 Zaramo (Tanzania)394.0–11.0° SSA004367U[35]
 Mandenka (Senegal)2412.0° NSA001467S[36]
1000 Genomes
 Esan in Nigeria (ESN)994.0–12.0° N  
 Gambian in Western Division, Mandinka (GWD)1137.0–23.0° N  
 Yoruba in Ibadan, Nigeria (YRI)1086.0–10.0° N  
 Luhya in Webuye, Kenya (LWK)991.0° N–3.0° S  
 Mende In Sierra Leone (MSL)854.0–10° N  
Total866   
  1. #Sample IDs relate to only sample sets collated from ALFRED database
  2. *Source of sample sets collated from ALFRED; either original sample sets (i.e. only published on ALFRED by the host (Kidd KK.)) [8], or HGDP-CEPH samples [10]