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Response to a population bottleneck can be used to infer recessive selection

bioRxiv

Mar 21, 2014

Daniel J BalickShamil R Sunyaev

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Here we present the first genome wide statistical test for recessive selection. This test uses explicitly non-equilibrium demographic differences between populations to infer the mode of selection. By analyzing the transient response to a population bottleneck and subsequent re-expansio...read more

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Statistical Test
Cell Growth
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Population Group
Haploid Cell
Genome
Bnk protein, Drosophila
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Response to a population bottleneck can be used to infer recessive selection

bioRxiv

Mar 21, 2014

Daniel J BalickShamil R Sunyaev

PMID: 990003491

DOI: 10.1101/003491

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Here we present the first genome wide statistical test for recessive selection. This test uses explicitly non-equilibrium demographic differences between populations to infer the mode of selection. By analyzing the transient response to a population bottleneck and subsequent re-expansio...read more

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Cell Growth
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Haploid Cell
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Bnk protein, Drosophila
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