Human and Non-Human Primate Genomes Share Hotspots of Positive Selection

@inproceedings{Enard2010HumanAN,
  title={Human and Non-Human Primate Genomes Share Hotspots of Positive
                    Selection},
  author={David Enard and Frantz Depaulis and Hugues Roest Crollius},
  booktitle={PLoS genetics},
  year={2010}
}
Among primates, genome-wide analysis of recent positive selection is currently limited to the human species because it requires extensive sampling of genotypic data from many individuals. The extent to which genes positively selected in human also present adaptive changes in other primates therefore remains unknown. This question is important because a gene that has been positively selected independently in the human and in other primate lineages may be less likely to be involved in human… CONTINUE READING
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