High-resolution lineage tracking reveals travelling wave of adaptation in laboratory yeast

Nature64.80
Volume: 575, Issue: 7783, Pages: 494 - 499
Published: Nov 13, 2019
Abstract
In rapidly adapting asexual populations, including many microbial pathogens and viruses, numerous mutant lineages often compete for dominance within the population1-5. These complex evolutionary dynamics determine the outcomes of adaptation, but have been difficult to observe directly. Previous studies have used whole-genome sequencing to follow molecular adaptation6-10; however, these methods have limited resolution in microbial populations....
Paper Details
Title
High-resolution lineage tracking reveals travelling wave of adaptation in laboratory yeast
Published Date
Nov 13, 2019
Journal
Volume
575
Issue
7783
Pages
494 - 499
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