Within- and between-species DNA sequence variation and the 'footprint' of natural selection.

@article{Akashi1999WithinAB,
  title={Within- and between-species DNA sequence variation and the 'footprint' of natural selection.},
  author={Hiroshi Akashi},
  journal={Gene},
  year={1999},
  volume={238 1},
  pages={39-51}
}
Extensive DNA data emerging from genome-sequencing projects have revitalized interest in the mechanisms of molecular evolution. Although the contribution of natural selection at the molecular level has been debated for over 30 years, the relevant data and appropriate statistical methods to address this issue have only begun to emerge. This paper will first present the predominant models of neutral, nearly neutral, and adaptive molecular evolution. Then, a method to identify the role of natural… CONTINUE READING

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