Data from: Signatures of selection in mammalian clock genes with coding trinucleotide repeats: implications for studying the genomics of high-pace adaptation

Prentice MB, Bowman J, Lalor JL, McKay MM, Thomson LA, Watt CM, McAdam AG, Murray DL, Wilson PJ

Date Published: August 23, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.pf21m

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Description This data set contains neutral microsatellite and coding trinucleotide repeat genotype data for deer mouse, white-footed mouse, northern flying squirrels and southern flying squirrels. Data for Canada lynx and bobcat will be made accessible with a follow-up publication.
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Prentice MB, Bowman J, Lalor JL, McKay MM, Thomson LA, Watt CM, McAdam AG, Murray DL, Wilson PJ (2017) Signatures of selection in mammalian clock genes with coding trinucleotide repeats: Implications for studying the genomics of high-pace adaptation. Ecology and Evolution 7(18): 7254-7276. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.3223

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Prentice MB, Bowman J, Lalor JL, McKay MM, Thomson LA, Watt CM, McAdam AG, Murray DL, Wilson PJ (2017) Data from: Signatures of selection in mammalian clock genes with coding trinucleotide repeats: implications for studying the genomics of high-pace adaptation. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.pf21m
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