Admixture mapping identifies introgressed genomic regions in North American canids

@article{vonHoldt2016AdmixtureMI,
  title={Admixture mapping identifies introgressed genomic regions in North American canids},
  author={B. vonHoldt and R. Kays and J. Pollinger and R. Wayne},
  journal={Molecular Ecology},
  year={2016},
  volume={25}
}
Hybrid zones typically contain novel gene combinations that can be tested by natural selection in a unique genetic context. Parental haplotypes that increase fitness can introgress beyond the hybrid zone, into the range of parental species. We used the Affymetrix canine SNP genotyping array to identify genomic regions tagged by multiple ancestry informative markers that are more frequent in an admixed population than expected. We surveyed a hybrid zone formed in the last 100 years as coyotes… Expand
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