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If you look into a certain population, you will find mutations (for example SNPs) in some ratio with the wild-type allele. When a mutation reaches fixation, it will be the only allele, reaching 100% penetrance in this population. See here for more information. In the context given I would interpret it in the way that a total of 464 SNPs were found, 430 of ...
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