Data from: Fine-mapping nicotine resistance loci in Drosophila using a multiparent advanced generation inter-cross population

Tara N. Marriage, Elizabeth G. King, Anthony D. Long & Stuart J. Macdonald
Animals in nature are frequently challenged by toxic compounds, from those that occur naturally in plants as a defense against herbivory, to pesticides used to protect crops. On exposure to such xenobiotic substances, animals mount a transcriptional response, generating detoxification enzymes and transporters that metabolize and remove the toxin. Genetic variation in this response can lead to variation in the susceptibility of different genotypes to the toxic effects of a given xenobiotic. Here we use...
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