Data from: Tracing the origin of the early wet-season Anopheles coluzzii in the Sahel

Lehmann T, Weetman D, Huestis DL, Yaro AS, Kassogue Y, Diallo M, Donnelly MJ, Dao A

Date Published: April 11, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t5k6f

 

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Title SNPs of Sahelian mosquito populations
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Description The dataset used in the above publication contain genotypes at 738 SNPs loci in a total of 505 mosquitoes representing 13 samples. The variable PoD denotes locality, followed by year (the last two digits of years spanning 2008 to 2011), and month, each in 2 letter code (see paper for complete locality names, GPS coordinates and descriptions). MosID is the variable containing the mosquito unique identifier, followed by the variables listing the mosquito sex (Sex) and collection date (CollDate). The locus variable is defined by the chromosome arm e.g., '2R' and followed by the unique position of this SNP in the conventional genome sequence of Anopheles gambiae. The genotype of this mosquito at this locus is provided in the variable Geno. Undetermined genotypes are denoted by zeros.
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Lehmann T, Weetman D, Huestis DL, Yaro AS, Kassogue Y, Diallo M, Donnelly MJ, Dao A (2017) Tracing the origin of the early wet-season Anopheles coluzzii in the Sahel. Evolutionary Applications 10(7): 704-717. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/eva.12486

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Lehmann T, Weetman D, Huestis DL, Yaro AS, Kassogue Y, Diallo M, Donnelly MJ, Dao A (2017) Data from: Tracing the origin of the early wet-season Anopheles coluzzii in the Sahel. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t5k6f
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