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Exploiting selection at linked sites to infer the rate and strength of adaptation

Nature Ecology & Evolution

May 8, 2019

Lawrence H UricchioDavid Enard

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Genomic data encode past evolutionary events and have the potential to reveal the strength, rate and biological drivers of adaptation. However, joint estimation of adaptation rate (α) and adaptation strength remains challenging because evolutionary processes such as demography, linkage ...read more

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Exploiting selection at linked sites to infer the rate and strength of adaptation

Nature Ecology & Evolution

May 8, 2019

Lawrence H UricchioDavid Enard

PMID: 31061475

DOI: 10.1038/s41559-019-0890-6

Abstract

Genomic data encode past evolutionary events and have the potential to reveal the strength, rate and biological drivers of adaptation. However, joint estimation of adaptation rate (α) and adaptation strength remains challenging because evolutionary processes such as demography, linkage ...read more

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Gene Polymorphism
Genome-Wide Association Study
Virus
Genome
Acclimatization
Site
Genomics
Adaptation
Species
Alleles
112
43
1

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