Oliver Tenaillon

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The quantitative characterization of mutational landscapes is a task of outstanding importance in evolutionary and medical biology: It is, for example, of central importance for our understanding of the phenotypic effect of mutations related to disease and antibiotic drug resistance. Here we develop a novel inference scheme for mutational landscapes, which(More)
Genome wide patterns of nucleotide diversity and recombination reveal considerable variation including hotspots. Some studies suggest that these patterns are primarily dictated by individual locus history related at a broader scale to the population demographic history. Because bottlenecks have occurred in the history of numerous species, we undertook a(More)
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