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Genetics, ISSN 0016-6731, 05/2019, Volume 212, Issue 4, pp. 1321 - 1336
As multi-individual population-scale data is becoming available, more-complex modeling strategies are needed to quantify the genome-wide patterns of nucleotide... 
Apes | Demography | Bias | Biological evolution | Genomes | Genetic diversity | Genetic distance | Mutation rates | Phylogeny | Nucleotides | Gene polymorphism | Population genetics | Conversion | Phylogenetics | Evolution | Genetics | Mathematical models | Mutation | Gene conversion | Bayesian analysis | Base composition | Polymorphism | Index Medicus | boundary mutations | gBGC | great apes | allelic selection | GC-bias | Investigations | Moran model
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