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Can the site-frequency spectrum distinguish exponential population growth from multiple-merger coalescents?

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Aug 6, 2014

Bjarki EldonFabian Freund

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The ability of the site-frequency spectrum (SFS) to reflect the particularities of gene genealogies exhibiting multiple mergers of ancestral lines as opposed to those obtained in the presence of population growth is our focus. An excess of singletons is a well-known characteristic of bo...read more

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  • Can the site-frequency spectrum distinguish exponential population growth from multiple-merger coalescents?

    bioRxiv

    Aug 6, 2014

    Bjarki EldonFabian Freund

    PMID: 990007690

    DOI: 10.1101/007690

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    The ability of the site-frequency spectrum (SFS) to reflect the particularities of gene genealogies exhibiting multiple mergers of ancestral lines as opposed to those obtained in the presence of population growth is our focus. An excess of singletons is a well-known characteristic of bo...read more

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    Genes
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    1
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