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According to the conventional definition, single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are nucleotide changes (substitution, deletion, or insertion) that can be detected at frequencies higher than 1%. In this mtSNP database, each group consists of 96 subjects, so that all the nucleotide changes that are recorded in this mtSNP database can be regarded as SNPs. When we compare 2 different groups, certain mtSNPs can be detected only in one group but not in the other. In this case, these mtSNPs can be regarded as group-specific mtSNPs.

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