A General Mechanistic Model for Admixture Histories of Hybrid Populations

@inproceedings{Verdu2011AGM,
  title={A General Mechanistic Model for Admixture Histories of Hybrid Populations},
  author={Paul Verdu and Noah A. Rosenberg},
  booktitle={Genetics},
  year={2011}
}
Admixed populations have been used for inferring migrations, detecting natural selection, and finding disease genes. These applications often use a simple statistical model of admixture rather than a modeling perspective that incorporates a more realistic history of the admixture process. Here, we develop a general model of admixture that mechanistically accounts for complex historical admixture processes. We consider two source populations contributing to the ancestry of a hybrid population… CONTINUE READING
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