Data from: Balancing selection and introgression of newt immune-response genes

Anna Fijarczyk, Katarzyna Dudek, Marta Niedzicka & Wieslaw Babik
The importance of interspecific introgression as a source of adaptive variation is increasingly recognized. Theory predicts that beneficial genetic variants cross species boundaries easily even when interspecific hybridization is rare and gene flow is strongly constrained throughout the genome. However, it remains unclear whether certain classes of genes are particularly prone to adaptive introgression. Genes affected by balancing selection (BS) may constitute such a class, because forms of BS that favor novel, initially rare alleles,...
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