Large-scale adaptive hitchhiking upon high recombination in Drosophila simulans.

@article{Quesada2003LargescaleAH,
  title={Large-scale adaptive hitchhiking upon high recombination in Drosophila simulans.},
  author={Humberto Quesada and Ursula E M Ram{\'i}rez and Julio Rozas and Montserrat Aguad{\'e}},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={2003},
  volume={165 2},
  pages={895-900}
}
Natural selection is expected to leave a characteristic footprint on neighboring nucleotide variation through the effects of genetic linkage. The size of the region affected is proportional to the strength of selection and greatly reduced with the recombinational distance from the selected site. Thus, the genomic footprint of selection is generally believed to be restricted to a small DNA stretch in normal and highly recombining regions. Here, we study the effect of selection on linked… CONTINUE READING

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