Monthly Archives: October 2014

Genetic incompatibilities are widespread within species

The role and importance of epistasis (non-additive interactions between alleles) in shaping genetic variation, and its effects on fitness have been the focus of much debate. Russell et al. recently investigated the genomic footprint of epistatic fitness effects. Starting from … Continue reading

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Tutorial program autumn 2014: Genomics, ecology, evolution, etc

For this new session of our tutorial, these are the papers that we will discuss: Boyle et al 2014 Comparative analysis of regulatory information and circuits across distant species. Nature 512, 453–456 Liu et al 2014 Population Genomics Reveal Recent … Continue reading

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