Data from: Drift, not selection, shapes toll-like receptor variation among oceanic island populations

Catalina González-Quevedo, Lewis G. Spurgin, Juan Carlos Illera & David S. Richardson
Understanding the relative role of different evolutionary forces in shaping the level and distribution of functional genetic diversity among natural populations is a key issue in evolutionary and conservation biology. To do so accurately genetic data must be analyzed in conjunction with an unambiguous understanding of the historical processes that have acted upon the populations. Here we focused on diversity at toll-like receptor (TLR) loci, which play a key role in the vertebrate innate immune...
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