Breen, Michael S; Kemena, Carsten; Vlasov, Peter K; Notredame, Cédric; Kondrashov, FyodorIST Austria
Understanding fitness landscapes, a conceptual depiction of the genotype-to-phenotype relationship, is crucial to many areas of biology. Two aspects of fitness landscapes are the focus of contemporary studies of molecular evolution. First, the local shape of the fitness landscape defined by the contribution of individual alleles to fitness that is independent of all genetic interactions. Second, the global, multidimensional fitness landscape shape determined by how interactions between alleles at different loci change each other’s fitness impact, or epistasis. In explaining the high amino-acid usage (u), we focused on the global shape of the fitness landscape, ignoring the perturbations at individual sites.
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Breen M, Kemena C, Vlasov P, Notredame C, Kondrashov F. Breen et al. reply. Nature. 2013;497(7451):E2-E3. doi:10.1038/nature12220
Breen, M., Kemena, C., Vlasov, P., Notredame, C., & Kondrashov, F. (2013). Breen et al. reply. Nature, 497(7451), E2–E3. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature12220
Breen, Michael, Carsten Kemena, Peter Vlasov, Cédric Notredame, and Fyodor Kondrashov. “Breen et Al. Reply.” Nature 497, no. 7451 (2013): E2–3. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature12220.
M. Breen, C. Kemena, P. Vlasov, C. Notredame, and F. Kondrashov, “Breen et al. reply,” Nature, vol. 497, no. 7451, pp. E2–E3, 2013.
Breen M, Kemena C, Vlasov P, Notredame C, Kondrashov F. 2013. Breen et al. reply. Nature. 497(7451), E2–E3.
Breen, Michael, et al. “Breen et Al. Reply.” Nature, vol. 497, no. 7451, Nature Publishing Group, 2013, pp. E2–3, doi:10.1038/nature12220.