1000 Genomes Pilot Data Suggests Recent Selective Sweeps Rare in Human Lineage

A new computational analysis based on data for nearly 200 human genomes assessed through the 1000 Genomes Project pilot effort suggests classic selective sweeps have occurred less often than expected in the human lineage.

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