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Background selection as baseline for nucleotide variation across the Drosophila genome

bioRxiv

May 9, 2014

Josep M Comeron

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The constant removal of deleterious mutations by natural selection causes a reduction in neutral diversity and efficacy of selection at genetically linked sites (a process called Background Selection, BGS). Population genetic studies, however, often ignore BGS effects when investigating...read more

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Baller-Gerold Syndrome
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Background selection as baseline for nucleotide variation across the Drosophila genome

bioRxiv

May 9, 2014

Josep M Comeron

PMID: 990005017

DOI: 10.1101/005017

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The constant removal of deleterious mutations by natural selection causes a reduction in neutral diversity and efficacy of selection at genetically linked sites (a process called Background Selection, BGS). Population genetic studies, however, often ignore BGS effects when investigating...read more

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Drosophila
Genetic Population Study
Introns
Genetic Linkage
Mutation Abnormality
Species
Baller-Gerold Syndrome
Nucleotides
4
2

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