Inference of Gorilla Demographic and Selective History from Whole-Genome Sequence Data

@inproceedings{McManus2015InferenceOG,
  title={Inference of Gorilla Demographic and Selective History from Whole-Genome Sequence Data},
  author={Kimberly F. McManus and Joanna L Kelley and Shiya Song and Krishna R. Veeramah and August E. Woerner and Laurie S Stevison and Oliver A Ryder and Great Ape Genome Project and Jeffrey M. Kidd and Jeffrey D. Wall and Carlos Daniel Bustamante and Michael F. Hammer},
  booktitle={Molecular biology and evolution},
  year={2015}
}
Although population-level genomic sequence data have been gathered extensively for humans, similar data from our closest living relatives are just beginning to emerge. Examination of genomic variation within great apes offers many opportunities to increase our understanding of the forces that have differentially shaped the evolutionary history of hominid taxa. Here, we expand upon the work of the Great Ape Genome Project by analyzing medium to high coverage whole-genome sequences from 14… CONTINUE READING
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