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Opening Pandora's box: PSMC and population structure
Essentially, all models are wrong, but some are useful. — George Box Publication of the Li and Durbin’s 2011 paper titled “Inference of human population history from individual whole-genome sequences” was a milestone in the inference of demography. By allowing … Continue reading
A mammoth bottleneck prior to extinction
Here’s to back-to-back posts on extinct mammalian genomes! Woolly mammoth genomes are all the rage. How do I know? Just check out the new book, pre-print, and paper that were recently published.
Posted in conservation, genomics, next generation sequencing, Paleogenomics, population genetics Tagged ancient DNA, mammoths, PSMC Leave a comment