Contemporary and historical selection in Tasmanian devils (Sarcophilus harrisii) support novel, polygenic response to transmissible cancer

Amanda R. Stahlke, Brendan Epstein, Soraia Barbosa, Mark J. Margres, Austin H. Patton, Sarah A. Hendricks, Anne Veillet, Alexandra K. Fraik, Barbara Schönfeld, Hamish I. McCallum, Rodrigo Hamede, Menna E. Jones, Andrew Storfer, Paul A. Hohenlohe

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