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Thinking too positive? Revisiting current methods of population-genetic selection inference

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Sep 25, 2014

Claudia BankJeffrey David Jensen

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In the age of next-generation sequencing, the availability of increasing amounts and quality of data at decreasing cost ought to allow for a better understanding of how natural selection is shaping the genome than ever before. Yet, alternative forces such as demography and background se...read more

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Genome
Selection, Genetic
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Positive Selection
Massively-Parallel Sequencing
Genomics
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  • Thinking too positive? Revisiting current methods of population-genetic selection inference

    bioRxiv

    Sep 25, 2014

    Claudia BankJeffrey David Jensen

    PMID: 990009654

    DOI: 10.1101/009654

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    In the age of next-generation sequencing, the availability of increasing amounts and quality of data at decreasing cost ought to allow for a better understanding of how natural selection is shaping the genome than ever before. Yet, alternative forces such as demography and background se...read more

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    Genome
    Selection, Genetic
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    Positive Selection
    Massively-Parallel Sequencing
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    1
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