Anopheles farauti complex olfactory gene alignments and whole genome SNP data

Published: 25 May 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/4krvxn9z86.1
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Luke Ambrose

Description

Nucleotide alignments of coding sequences for the four major insect chemosensory gene families in a mosquito (Anopheles) species complex with differences in host preference. This is the data associated with the manuscript "Comparisons of human and non-human feeding Anopheles mosquitoes link olfactory genes to anthropophily". Code for calculating kA/kS in the R package "seqinr" is also included, as well as a vcf file with whole genome SNP data that was used to build the nuclear phylogeny.

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University of Queensland

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Evolutionary Biology, Comparative Genomics, Mosquito, Host Preference

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