Data from: The causes of epistasis in genetic networks

Javier Macía, Ricard V. Solé & Santiago F. Elena
Epistasis refers to the non-additive interactions between genes in determining phenotypes. Considerable efforts have shown that, even for a given organism, epistasis may vary both in intensity and sign. Recent comparative studies supported that the overall sign of epistasis switches from positive to negative as the complexity of an organism increases, and it has been hypothesized that this change shall be a consequence of the underlying gene network properties. Why should this be the case?...
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