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Estimate of Within Population Incremental Selection Through Branch Imbalance in Lineage Trees

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Jan 23, 2014

Gilad Libermanyoram louzoun

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Incremental selection within a population, defined as a limited fitness change following a mutation, is an important aspect of many evolutionary processes and can significantly affect a large number of mutations through the genome. Strongly advantageous or deleterious mutations are dete...read more

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Immune Response
Structure of Germinal Center of Lymph Node
Virus
Imbalance
Genome
Genes
Trees (plant)
Viral Proteins
Sample Fixation
B-Lymphocytes
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Estimate of Within Population Incremental Selection Through Branch Imbalance in Lineage Trees

bioRxiv

Jan 23, 2014

Gilad Libermanyoram louzoun

PMID: 990002014

DOI: 10.1101/002014

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Incremental selection within a population, defined as a limited fitness change following a mutation, is an important aspect of many evolutionary processes and can significantly affect a large number of mutations through the genome. Strongly advantageous or deleterious mutations are dete...read more

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Structure of Germinal Center of Lymph Node
Virus
Imbalance
Genome
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Trees (plant)
Viral Proteins
Sample Fixation
B-Lymphocytes
2

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