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THE GENETICS OF ADAPTIVE SHAPE SHIFT IN STICKLEBACK: PLEIOTROPY AND EFFECT SIZE
Abstract The distribution of effect sizes of genes underlying adaptation is unknown (Orr 2005). Are suites of traits that diverged under natural selection controlled by a few pleiotropic genes ofExpand
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The Availability of Research Data Declines Rapidly with Article Age
Policies ensuring that research data are available on public archives are increasingly being implemented at the government [1], funding agency [2-4], and journal [5, 6] level. These policies areExpand
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Characterization of the vaginal microbiota of healthy Canadian women through the menstrual cycle
BackgroundThe vaginal microbial community plays a vital role in maintaining women’s health. Understanding the precise bacterial composition is challenging because of the diverse andExpand
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REPRODUCTIVE CHARACTER DISPLACEMENT OF MALE STICKLEBACK MATE PREFERENCE: REINFORCEMENT OR DIRECT SELECTION?
Abstract Reproductive isolation can evolve between species as a byproduct of adaptation to different niches, through reinforcement, and by direct selection on mating preferences. We investigated theExpand
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A Study of the Vaginal Microbiome in Healthy Canadian Women Utilizing cpn60-Based Molecular Profiling Reveals Distinct Gardnerella Subgroup Community State Types
The vaginal microbiota is important in women’s reproductive and overall health. However, the relationships between the structure, function and dynamics of this complex microbial community and healthExpand
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Sexual Selection Can Resolve Sex-Linked Sexual Antagonism
Sexual selection is a potent evolutionary force. However, very few models have considered the evolution of female preferences for traits expressed in both sexes. Here we explore how femaleExpand
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MATE CHOICE, SEXUAL IMPRINTING, AND SPECIATION: A TEST OF A ONE‐ALLELE ISOLATING MECHANISM IN SYMPATRIC STICKLEBACKS
  • A. Albert
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
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Abstract One‐allele isolating mechanisms should make the evolution of reproductive isolation between potentially hybridizing taxa easier than two‐allele mechanisms, but the generality of one‐alleleExpand
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Cognitive and language outcomes in HIV-uninfected infants exposed to combined antiretroviral therapy in utero and through extended breast-feeding
Objective:To determine whether there is a higher risk for cognitive or language delay among HIV-exposed uninfected (HEU) children exposed to cART (zidovudine/lamivudine/lopinavir/ritonavir) in uteroExpand
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Health Care Providers’ Perspectives on a Weekly Text-Messaging Intervention to Engage HIV-Positive Persons in Care (WelTel BC1)
Though evidence shows that Mobile health (mHealth) interventions can improve adherence and viral load in HIV-positive persons, few have studied the health care providers’ (HCP) perspective. WeExpand
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Mobile Text Messaging to Improve Medication Adherence and Viral Load in a Vulnerable Canadian Population Living With Human Immunodeficiency Virus: A Repeated Measures Study
Background Combination antiretroviral therapy (cART) as treatment for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection is effective and available, but poor medication adherence limits benefits,Expand
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