Data from: Contrasting patterns of selection and drift between two categories of immune genes in prairie-chickens

Bateson ZW, Whittingham LA, Johnson JA, Dunn PO

Date Published: November 5, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.603hs

 

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Title GPS coordinates for study populations
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Description tab delimited file with GPS coordinates of the six study populations. US State, County, GPS (Lat/Long) coordinates for each population.
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Title MHC class IA exon 3 sequences
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Description Tympanuchus cupido MHC class IA sequences. Aligned fasta file.
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Title MHC class II (BLB) exon 2 sequences
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Description Tympanuchus cupido MHC class II sequences. Aligned fasta file.
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Title Data for Fig. 3. genetic and geographic distances between populations
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Description Data used in Fig. 3. Pairwise population Jost’s D values for each genetic marker (MHC, mediating and microsatellites) as well as geographic distances and differences in population size between population pairs. Tab-delimited file.
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Title Data for Fig1. Genetic variation and population size
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Description tab delimited file with data used in Figure 1. Contains Population (state code), genetic marker, alleles per locus (mean-centered), population size, log of population size, squared log of population size, alleles per locus, mean alleles per locus (for each marker) and sample size for each population.
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Title MHC class I genotypes
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Description Number of MHC class I reads from 454 pyrosequencing by individual and sequence. See MHC class IA exon 3 sequences.fasta for aligned sequences. Tab-delimited file.
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Title MHC class II genotypes
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Description Number of MHC class II reads from 454 pyrosequencing by individual and sequence. See T. cupido MHC class II (BLB) exon 2 sequences.fasta for sequences. Tab-delimited file.
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Title Sequences from 454 pyrosequencing
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Description Five zipped files containing the original sequences from 454 pyrosequencing (5 runs) of MHC class I and II in prairie-chickens. The ReadMe.csv file contains the unique 8 bp barcodes and individual identifiers used in each of the 5 files. Each individual is indicated by its two-letter state code and number. Additional birds that were sequenced in the files, but not used in this study are indicated by "not used".
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Bateson ZW, Whittingham LA, Johnson JA, Dunn PO (2015) Contrasting patterns of selection and drift between two categories of immune genes in prairie-chickens. Molecular Ecology 24(24): 6095–6106. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13459

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Bateson ZW, Whittingham LA, Johnson JA, Dunn PO (2015) Data from: Contrasting patterns of selection and drift between two categories of immune genes in prairie-chickens. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.603hs
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