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Coalescence 2.0: a multiple branching of recent theoretical developments and their applications

bioRxiv

Jan 21, 2014

Aurélien Tellier, Christophe Lemaire

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Population genetics theory has laid the foundations for genomics analyses including the recent burst in genome scans for selection and statistical inference of past demographic events in many prokaryote, animal and plant species. Identifying SNPs under natural selection and underpinning...read more

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Prokaryotic potassium channel
Theoretical Model
Virus
Genome
Statistical Test
Extinction, Psychological
Genomics
Adaptation
Comparative Genomic Analysis
Sciurus oculatus
4
21
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Coalescence 2.0: a multiple branching of recent theoretical developments and their applications

bioRxiv

Jan 21, 2014

Aurélien Tellier, Christophe Lemaire

PMID: 990001933

DOI: 10.1101/001933

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Population genetics theory has laid the foundations for genomics analyses including the recent burst in genome scans for selection and statistical inference of past demographic events in many prokaryote, animal and plant species. Identifying SNPs under natural selection and underpinning...read more

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Prokaryotic potassium channel
Theoretical Model
Virus
Genome
Statistical Test
Extinction, Psychological
Genomics
Adaptation
Comparative Genomic Analysis
Sciurus oculatus
4
21

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