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Conflict between organisms can lead to reciprocal adaptation that manifests itself as an increased evolutionary rate in the genes mediating the conflict. This adaptive signature has been observed in RNA interference (RNAi) pathway genes involved in the suppression of viruses and transposable elements in Drosophila melanogaster, suggesting that a subset of Drosophila RNAi genes may be locked into an arms race with these parasites. However, it is not known whether rapid evolution of RNAi genes isdoi:10.1101/154153 fatcat:654qy3djmzagddw6y2iyywx7u4