Data from: Ancestry-specific methylation patterns in admixed offspring from an experimental coyote and gray wolf cross

vonHoldt B, Heppenheimer E, Petrenko V, Croonquist P, Rutledge LY

Date Published: January 17, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.18sg7

 

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Title wyoteMeth_10x_3mil_sites_MF
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Description This file contains the methylation frequency (MF, number of cytosines out of the total read coverage) per site for a coyote, wolves, and their hybrid offspring. This dataset contains ~3 million cytosines.
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Title Wyotes_15733_GBS_SNPs
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Description This file contains SNP genotypes for 15,733 sites generated by GBS for a coyote, wolves, and their hybrid offspring.
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vonHoldt B, Heppenheimer E, Petrenko V, Croonquist P, Rutledge LY (2017) Ancestry-Specific Methylation Patterns in Admixed Offspring from an Experimental Coyote and Gray Wolf Cross. Journal of Heredity 108(4): 341-348. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jhered/esx004

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vonHoldt B, Heppenheimer E, Petrenko V, Croonquist P, Rutledge LY (2017) Data from: Ancestry-specific methylation patterns in admixed offspring from an experimental coyote and gray wolf cross. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.18sg7
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