Genetic data from "Evidence for Pleistocene gene flow through the ice-free corridor from extinct horses and camels from Natural Trap Cave, Wyoming"

Posted on 15.12.2021 - 22:28 by Kieren Mitchell
Mitochondrial consensus sequences and phylogenetic analysis files—including BEAST XMLs—from "Evidence for Pleistocene gene flow through the ice-free corridor from extinct horses and camels from Natural Trap Cave, Wyoming" (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2021.11.017). Sequencing data are available through the European Nucleotide Archive (PRJEB49158).

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Mitchell, Kieren; Bover Arbos, Pere; Salis, Alexander; Mudge, Caitlin; Heiniger, Holly; Thompson, Mary; et al. (2021): Genetic data from "Evidence for Pleistocene gene flow through the ice-free corridor from extinct horses and camels from Natural Trap Cave, Wyoming". The University of Adelaide. Collection. https://doi.org/10.25909/c.5753105.v1
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AUTHORS (10)

Pere Bover Arbos
Alexander Salis
Holly Heiniger
Mary Thompson
Bryan Hockett
Alan Cooper
Julie Meachen
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