Data from: Genomic analysis of MHC-based mate choice in the monogamous California mouse

Jesyka Meléndez-Rosa, Ke Bi, Elieen A. Lacey & Eileen A Lacey
Variation at Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) genes is thought to be an important mechanism underlying mate choice in vertebrates, with individuals typically predicted to prefer MHC-dissimilar reproductive partners. However, analyses based on individual MHC loci have generated contradictory results regarding the role of these genes in mate choice decisions. To provide a more comprehensive assessment of relationships between MHC variation and mating behavior, we used an exome capture strategy to characterize variability at 13 MHC...
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