Data from: The causes of epistasis in genetic networks

Macía J, Solé RV, Elena SF

Date Published: August 15, 2011

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7nf24

 

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Title Figure 2-Association average connectivity and complexity
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Description Association between average degree connectivity and complexity.
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Title Figure 3-Association of complexity with epistasis
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Description Association between average epistasis and complexity in evolved genetic networks. File contains data for networks with feedback loops and for networks without feedback loops. In addition, two sets of smaller feedback loop-free networks (12 and 6 nodes) are included.
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Title Figure 4a-Association epistasis robustness
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Description Association between epistasis and robustness for evolved networks with and without feedback loops.
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Title Figure 4b-Association complexity robustness
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Description Association between complexity and robustness for evolved genetic networks with or without feedback loops.
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Title Figure 5a-Association degeneracy epistasis
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Description Association between degeneracy and epistasis for evolved genetic networks with and without feedback loops. Two small sets of networks without feedback loops of small size (12 and 6 nodes) are included. Data for feedback-loop containing mutated networks are also included.
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Title Figure 5b-Association redundancy epistasis
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Description Association between redundancy and epistasis for evolved genetic networks with and without feedback loops. Two small sets of networks without feedback loops of small size (12 and 6 nodes) are included. Data for feedback-loop containing mutated networks are also included.
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Title Figure 6-Association complexity degeneracy
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Description Association between complexity and degeneracy for evolved genetic networks with and without feedback loops.
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Macía J, Solé RV, Elena SF (2011) The causes of epistasis in genetic networks. Evolution 66(2): 586-596. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1558-5646.2011.01451.x

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Macía J, Solé RV, Elena SF (2011) Data from: The causes of epistasis in genetic networks. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7nf24
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