Data from: Local inter-species introgression is the main cause of extreme levels of intra-specific differentiation in mussels

Fraïsse C, Belkhir K, Welch JJ, Bierne N

Date Published: July 1, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6k740

 

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Title Probe set for the target enrichment experiment
Description Four-column SureSelect probe template file: (1) TargetID represents the genomic target that is intended for capture; (2) ProbeID provides a means for you to identify your probes; (3) Sequence is the actual sequence of the synthesized probe;(4) Replication determines how many times a probe will be replicated in the library.
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Title Final contig set
Description Fasta sequences of the final contig set (378 BAC contigs and 891 cDNA contigs) and a descriptive file containing the name of each contig, its length and type (BAC or cDNA).
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Title Variants files (VCF)
Description Three VCF files were used in this study: (1) SNP_GQ20_20%missing for FST analyses; (2) SNP_GQ30_20%missing for genealogies; (3) SNP_GQ20_0%missing for multivariate analyses. Only SNPs have been called.
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Title FST results
Description FSTmax and FST90 of each contig are given for the intraspecific comparisons: (1) M. trossulus Europe vs America; (2) M. edulis Europe vs America; (3) M. galloprovincialis Atlantic vs Mediterranee; (4) M. galloprovincialis Atlantic External vs Internal; (5) M. galloprovincialis Mediterranee West vs East; (6) M. edulis Europe External vs Internal
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Fraïsse C, Belkhir K, Welch JJ, Bierne N (2016) Local inter-species introgression is the main cause of extreme levels of intra-specific differentiation in mussels. Molecular Ecology 25(1): 269–286. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13299

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Fraïsse C, Belkhir K, Welch JJ, Bierne N (2015) Data from: Local inter-species introgression is the main cause of extreme levels of intra-specific differentiation in mussels. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6k740
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