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The evolutionarily stable distribution of fitness effects

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Dec 22, 2014

Daniel Paul RiceMichael M. Desai

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The distribution of fitness effects of new mutations (the DFE) is a key parameter in determining the course of evolution. This fact has motivated extensive efforts to measure the DFE or to predict it from first principles. However, just as the DFE determines the course of evolution, the...read more

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  • The evolutionarily stable distribution of fitness effects

    bioRxiv

    Dec 22, 2014

    Daniel Paul RiceMichael M. Desai

    PMID: 990013052

    DOI: 10.1101/013052

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    The distribution of fitness effects of new mutations (the DFE) is a key parameter in determining the course of evolution. This fact has motivated extensive efforts to measure the DFE or to predict it from first principles. However, just as the DFE determines the course of evolution, the...read more

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