Data from: Sex-specific fitness effects of unpredictable early life conditions are associated with DNA methylation in the avian glucocorticoid receptor

Rubenstein DR, Skolnik H, Berrio A, Champagne FA, Phelps S, Solomon J

Date Published: November 18, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4s61t

 

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Title Raw Data: DNA methylation, behavior and rainfall
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Description (1) Whole Region DNA Methyl: DNA methylation of the coding and regulatory region for 11 birds. (2) Regulatory region DNA Methyl: DNA methylation in the regulatory region for 96 birds, including behavior and rainfall data. (3) Recapture DNA Methyl: DNA methylation in a portion of the regulatory region for 12 birds recaptured after initial sampling.
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Rubenstein DR, Skolnik H, Berrio A, Champagne FA, Phelps S, Solomon J (2016) Sex-specific fitness effects of unpredictable early life conditions are associated with DNA methylation in the avian glucocorticoid receptor. Molecular Ecology 25(8): 1714–1728. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13483

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Rubenstein DR, Skolnik H, Berrio A, Champagne FA, Phelps S, Solomon J (2015) Data from: Sex-specific fitness effects of unpredictable early life conditions are associated with DNA methylation in the avian glucocorticoid receptor. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4s61t
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