cge12217-sup-0001-figures1.pdfPDF document1365KFig. S1. Box and whisker plot showing the variability in various familial polydactyly types with respect to the number of disease segregating generations (see Table S3 for data distribution).
cge12217-sup-0002-figures2.pdfPDF document1365KFig. S2. Box and whisker plot showing the variability in familial polydactyly types with respect to number of affected family members (see Table S4 for data distribution).
cge12217-sup-0003-tables1.pdfPDF document1365KTable. S1. Demographic distribution of 313 index subjects with polydactyly (with respect to gender and familial/sporadic nature.
cge12217-sup-0004-tables2.pdfPDF document1365KTable. S2. Frequency of affected autopods and the combination of involved limbs in affected male/female and sporadic/familial cases.
cge12217-sup-0005-tables3.pdfPDF document1365KTable. S3. Familial polydactyly: number of disease segregating generations and affected family members #.
cge12217-sup-0006-tables4.pdfPDF document1365KTable. S4. Sporadic polydactyly cases: parity/gravida and normal sibships of affected subjects**.
cge12217-sup-0007-tables5.pdfPDF document1365KTable. S5. Mean parental ages at index subject's birth*.
cge12217-sup-0008-tables6.pdfPDF document1365KTable. S6. Distribution of index subjects with respect to parental marriage type.
cge12217-sup-0009-tables7.pdfPDF document1365KTable. S7. Association of digit anomalies with polydactyly.

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