Data from: Profiling the immunome of little brown myotis provides a yardstick for measuring the genetic response to white-nose syndrome

Michael E. Donaldson, Christina M. Davy, Craig K.R. Willis, Scott McBurney, Allysia Park, Christopher J. Kyle & Craig K. R. Willis
White-nose syndrome (WNS) has devastated populations of hibernating bats in eastern North America, leading to emergency conservation listings for several species including the previously ubiquitous little brown myotis (Myotis lucifugus). However, some bat populations near the epicenter of the white-nose syndrome panzootic appear to be stabilizing after initial precipitous declines, which could reflect a selective immunogenetic sweep. To investigate the hypothesis that WNS exerts significant selection on the immunome of affected bat populations, we developed...
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