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The merging of populations after an extended period of isolation and divergence is a common phenomenon, in natural settings as well as due to human interference. Individuals with such hybrid origins contain genomes that essentially form a mosaic of d...
Schmid, Michael;Smith, Jacqueline;Burt, David W.;Aken, Bronwen L.;Antin, Parker B.;Archibald, Alan L.;Ashwell, Chris;Blackshear, Perry J.;Boschiero, Clarissa;Brown, C. Titus;Burgess, Shane C.;Cheng, Hans H.;Chow, William;Coble, Derrick J.;Cooksey, Amanda;Crooijmans, Richard P.M.A.;Damas, Joana;Davis, Richard V.N.;De Koning, Dirk-Jan;Delany, Mary E.;Derrien, Thomas;Desta, Takele T.;Dunn, Ian C.;Dunn, Matthew;Ellegren, Hans;Eöry, Lél;Erb, Ionas;Farré, Marta;Fasold, Mario;Fleming, Damarius;Flicek, Paul;Fowler, Katie E.;Frésard, Laure;Froman, David P.;Garceau, Valerie;Gardner, Paul P.;Gheyas, Almas A.;Griffin, Darren K.;Groenen, Martien A.M.;Haaf, Thomas;Hanotte, Olivier;Hart, Alan;Häsler, Julien;Hedges, S. Blair;Hertel, Jana;Howe, Kerstin;Hubbard, Allen;Hume, David A.;Kaiser, Pete;Kedra, Darek;Kemp, Stephen J.;Klopp, Christophe;Kniel, Kalmia E.;Kuo, Richard;Lagarrigue, Sandrine;Lamont, Susan J.;Larkin, Denis M.;Lawal, Raman A.;Markland, Sarah M.;McCarthy, Fiona;McCormack, Heather A.;McPherson, Marla C.;Motegi, Akira;Muljo, Stefan A.;Münsterberg, Andrea;Nag, Rishi;Nanda, Indrajit;Neuberger, Michael;Nitsche, Anne;Notredame, Cedric;Noyes, Harry;O'Connor, Rebecca;O'Hare, Elizabeth A.;Oler, Andrew J.;Ommeh, Sheila C.;Pais, Helio;Persia, Michael;Pitel, Frédérique;Preeyanon, Likit;Prieto Barja, Pablo;Pritchett, Elizabeth M.;Rhoads, Douglas D.;Robinson, Charmaine M.;Romanov, Michael N.;Rothschild, Max;Roux, Pierre-François;Schmidt, Carl J.;Schneider, Alisa-Sophia;Schwartz, Matthew G.;Searle, Steve M.;Skinner, Michael A.;Smith, Craig A.;Stadler, Peter F.;Steeves, Tammy E.;Steinlein, Claus;Sun, Liang;Takata, Minoru;Ulitsky, Igor;Wang, Qing;Wang, Ying;Warren, Wesley C.;Wood, Jonathan M.D.;Wragg, David;Zhou, Huaijun
Linking variation in quantitative traits to variation in the genome is an important, but challenging task in the study of life-history evolution. Linkage maps provide a valuable tool for the unravelling of such trait-gene associations. Moreover, they...
Cultural transmission of migratory traditions enables species to deal with their environment based on experiences from earlier generations. Also, it allows a more adequate and rapid response to rapidly changing environments. When individuals break wi...
The pig, Sus scrofa, is a foreign species to the American continent. Although pigs originally introduced in the Americas should be related to those from the Iberian Peninsula and Canary islands, the phylogeny of current creole pigs that now populate ...
Present-day genetic introgression from domestic pigs into European wild boar has been suggested in various studies. However, no hybrids have been identified beyond doubt mainly because available methods were unable to quantify the extent of introgres...
The Functional Annotation of Animal Genomes (FAANG) Consortium recently held a Gathering On FAANG (GO-FAANG) Workshop in Washington, DC on October 7–8, 2015. This consortium is a grass-roots organization formed to advance the annotation of newly asse...