publication . Article . 2013

Current relaxation of selection on the human genome: tolerance of deleterious mutations on olfactory receptors.

Denis Pierron; Nicolás Gutiérrez Cortés; Thierry Letellier; Lawrence I. Grossman;
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  • Published: 01 Feb 2013
Abstract
Abstract Knowledge and understanding about the selective pressures that have shaped present human genetic diversity have dramatically increased in the last few years in parallel with the availability of large genomic datasets. The release of large datasets composed of millions of SNPs across hundreds of genomes by HAPMAP, the Human Genome Diversity Panel, and other projects has led to considerable effort to detect selection signals across the nuclear genome ( Coop et al., 2009 , Lopez Herraez et al., 2009 , Sabeti et al., 2006 , Sabeti et al., 2007 , Voight et al., 2006 ). Most of the research has focused on positive selection forces although other selective for...
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free text keywords: Genetics, Molecular Biology, Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics, International HapMap Project, Genetics, Negative selection, Human genome, Nonsynonymous substitution, Evolutionary biology, Human genetic variation, Genome, Nuclear gene, Biology, Genetic diversity
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