Data from: Unlocking the vault: next generation museum population genomics

 

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Title Tamias alpinus (the Alpine chipmunks) exon capture probe design
Description Targeted exons were derived from 6,249 protein-coding genes with a target size totaling 4Mb, and spanned a wide range of evolutionary rates in the genome (Bi et al. 2012). In addition to the T. alpinus exons, we targeted the ~16 kb T. alpinus complete mitochondrial genome and 350 bp from the consensus Spermophilus (S. fulvus, S. major, and S. pygmaeus) SRY gene to assess empirical error rates and potential sample contamination (Bi et al. 2012). We also selected seven nuclear genes (acrosin, acp5, cmyc, rag-1, anon, zan, and zp2) previously sequenced in Tamias (6,031 bp total), which were used as positive controls in post-capture qPCR assays to determine the initial enrichment quality.
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Title Tamias alpinus (the Alpine chipmunks) annotated transcripts
Description The Tamias alpinus transcriptome was annotated using the BLASTX algorithm and a database of human, mouse, rat, and thirteen-lined ground squirrel proteins.
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Bi K, Linderoth T, Vanderpool D, Good JM, Nielsen R, Moritz C (2013) Unlocking the vault: next generation museum population genomics. Molecular Ecology 22(24): 6018–6032. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12516

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Bi K, Linderoth T, Vanderpool D, Good JM, Nielsen R, Moritz C (2013) Data from: Unlocking the vault: next generation museum population genomics. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s296n
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