Data from: Functional genotypes are associated with commensal Escherichia coli strain abundance within host individuals and populations

Michaela D. J. Blyton, Sam C. Banks, Rod Peakall & David M. Gordon
The selective pressures that determine genotype abundance and distribution frequently vary between ecological levels. Thus, it is often unclear whether the same functional genotypes will become abundant at different levels and how selection acting at these different scales are linked. In this study, we examined whether particular functional genotypes, defined by the presence or absence of 34 genes, of commensal E. coli strains were associated with within-host abundance and/or host population abundance in a wild...
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