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Population genomics of grey wolves and wolf-like canids in North America

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Population genomics of grey wolves and wolf-like canids in North America. / Sinding, Mikkel-Holger S.; Gopalakrishan, Shyam; Vieira, Filipe G.; Samaniego Castruita, Jose A.; Raundrup, Katrine; Heide-Jørgensen, Mads Peter; Meldgaard, Morten; Petersen, Bent; Sicheritz-Ponten, Thomas; Mikkelsen, Johan Brus; Marquard-Petersen, Ulf; Dietz, Rune; Sonne, Christian; Dalén, Love; Bachmann, Lutz; Wiig, Øystein; Hansen, Anders J.; Gilbert, M. Thomas P.

I: PLOS Genetics, Bind 14, Nr. 11, e1007745, 2018.

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Sinding, M-HS, Gopalakrishan, S, Vieira, FG, Samaniego Castruita, JA, Raundrup, K, Heide-Jørgensen, MP, Meldgaard, M, Petersen, B, Sicheritz-Ponten, T, Mikkelsen, JB, Marquard-Petersen, U, Dietz, R, Sonne, C, Dalén, L, Bachmann, L, Wiig, Ø, Hansen, AJ & Gilbert, MTP 2018, 'Population genomics of grey wolves and wolf-like canids in North America', PLOS Genetics, bind 14, nr. 11, e1007745. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgen.1007745

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Sinding, M-H. S., Gopalakrishan, S., Vieira, F. G., Samaniego Castruita, J. A., Raundrup, K., Heide-Jørgensen, M. P., ... Gilbert, M. T. P. (2018). Population genomics of grey wolves and wolf-like canids in North America. PLOS Genetics, 14(11), [e1007745]. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgen.1007745

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Sinding M-HS, Gopalakrishan S, Vieira FG, Samaniego Castruita JA, Raundrup K, Heide-Jørgensen MP o.a. Population genomics of grey wolves and wolf-like canids in North America. PLOS Genetics. 2018;14(11). e1007745. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgen.1007745

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Sinding, Mikkel-Holger S. ; Gopalakrishan, Shyam ; Vieira, Filipe G. ; Samaniego Castruita, Jose A. ; Raundrup, Katrine ; Heide-Jørgensen, Mads Peter ; Meldgaard, Morten ; Petersen, Bent ; Sicheritz-Ponten, Thomas ; Mikkelsen, Johan Brus ; Marquard-Petersen, Ulf ; Dietz, Rune ; Sonne, Christian ; Dalén, Love ; Bachmann, Lutz ; Wiig, Øystein ; Hansen, Anders J. ; Gilbert, M. Thomas P. / Population genomics of grey wolves and wolf-like canids in North America. I: PLOS Genetics. 2018 ; Bind 14, Nr. 11.

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abstract = "North America is currently home to a number of grey wolf (Canis lupus) and wolf-like canid populations, including the coyote (Canis latrans) and the taxonomically controversial red, Eastern timber and Great Lakes wolves. We explored their population structure and regional gene flow using a dataset of 40 full genome sequences that represent the extant diversity of North American wolves and wolf-like canid populations. This included 15 new genomes (13 North American grey wolves, 1 red wolf and 1 Eastern timber/Great Lakes wolf), ranging from 0.4 to 15x coverage. In addition to providing full genome support for the previously proposed coyote-wolf admixture origin for the taxonomically controversial red, Eastern timber and Great Lakes wolves, the discriminatory power offered by our dataset suggests all North American grey wolves, including the Mexican form, are monophyletic, and thus share a common ancestor to the exclusion of all other wolves. Furthermore, we identify three distinct populations in the high arctic, one being a previously unidentified “Polar wolf” population endemic to Ellesmere Island and Greenland. Genetic diversity analyses reveal particularly high inbreeding and low heterozygosity in these Polar wolves, consistent with long-term isolation from the other North American wolves.",
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AU - Samaniego Castruita, Jose A.

AU - Raundrup, Katrine

AU - Heide-Jørgensen, Mads Peter

AU - Meldgaard, Morten

AU - Petersen, Bent

AU - Sicheritz-Ponten, Thomas

AU - Mikkelsen, Johan Brus

AU - Marquard-Petersen, Ulf

AU - Dietz, Rune

AU - Sonne, Christian

AU - Dalén, Love

AU - Bachmann, Lutz

AU - Wiig, Øystein

AU - Hansen, Anders J.

AU - Gilbert, M. Thomas P.

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N2 - North America is currently home to a number of grey wolf (Canis lupus) and wolf-like canid populations, including the coyote (Canis latrans) and the taxonomically controversial red, Eastern timber and Great Lakes wolves. We explored their population structure and regional gene flow using a dataset of 40 full genome sequences that represent the extant diversity of North American wolves and wolf-like canid populations. This included 15 new genomes (13 North American grey wolves, 1 red wolf and 1 Eastern timber/Great Lakes wolf), ranging from 0.4 to 15x coverage. In addition to providing full genome support for the previously proposed coyote-wolf admixture origin for the taxonomically controversial red, Eastern timber and Great Lakes wolves, the discriminatory power offered by our dataset suggests all North American grey wolves, including the Mexican form, are monophyletic, and thus share a common ancestor to the exclusion of all other wolves. Furthermore, we identify three distinct populations in the high arctic, one being a previously unidentified “Polar wolf” population endemic to Ellesmere Island and Greenland. Genetic diversity analyses reveal particularly high inbreeding and low heterozygosity in these Polar wolves, consistent with long-term isolation from the other North American wolves.

AB - North America is currently home to a number of grey wolf (Canis lupus) and wolf-like canid populations, including the coyote (Canis latrans) and the taxonomically controversial red, Eastern timber and Great Lakes wolves. We explored their population structure and regional gene flow using a dataset of 40 full genome sequences that represent the extant diversity of North American wolves and wolf-like canid populations. This included 15 new genomes (13 North American grey wolves, 1 red wolf and 1 Eastern timber/Great Lakes wolf), ranging from 0.4 to 15x coverage. In addition to providing full genome support for the previously proposed coyote-wolf admixture origin for the taxonomically controversial red, Eastern timber and Great Lakes wolves, the discriminatory power offered by our dataset suggests all North American grey wolves, including the Mexican form, are monophyletic, and thus share a common ancestor to the exclusion of all other wolves. Furthermore, we identify three distinct populations in the high arctic, one being a previously unidentified “Polar wolf” population endemic to Ellesmere Island and Greenland. Genetic diversity analyses reveal particularly high inbreeding and low heterozygosity in these Polar wolves, consistent with long-term isolation from the other North American wolves.

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