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In PLoS One this week, a trio of researchers at the University of Oregon show that in Caenorhabditis elegans "compensatory mutations can be more frequent under high mutation rates and may alleviate a portion of the fitness lost due to the accumulation of deleterious mutations." To determine the ability of self-fertilizing nematode populations to "purge deleterious mutations at multiple loci," the Oregon team exposed C.

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