Data from: Reciprocal translocation of small numbers of inbred individuals rescues immunogenetic diversity

Grueber CE, Sutton JT, Heber S, Briskie JV, Jamieson IG, Robertson BC

Date Published: February 15, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6g75n

 

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Title TLR inferred haplotype sequences
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Description Zip archive containing sequence data in fasta format for each TLR gene. Sequences are the inferred haplotypes as determined using the software PHASE.
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Title Individual Data
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Description Sample IDs, population of origin, hybrid/inbred status and sex for the individuals included in the analysis.
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Title TLR Genotypes
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Description TLR genotypes for each animal included in the analysis. Haplotype codes correspond to sequences provided in the archive "TLR inferred haplotype sequences.zip", also associated with this paper.
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Title MHC genotypes
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Description Presence/absence data for MHC sequences observed in each animal in the analysis. To relate sequence codes back to their original sequences, refer to Figure 3 and Supplementary Table S3 of the associated paper.
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Grueber CE, Sutton JT, Heber S, Briskie JV, Jamieson IG, Robertson BC (2017) Reciprocal translocation of small numbers of inbred individuals rescues immunogenetic diversity. Molecular Ecology 26(10): 2660–2673. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.14063

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Grueber CE, Sutton JT, Heber S, Briskie JV, Jamieson IG, Robertson BC (2017) Data from: Reciprocal translocation of small numbers of inbred individuals rescues immunogenetic diversity. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6g75n
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