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Functional implications of Major Histocompatibility (MH) variation using estuarine fish populations
Integrative and Comparative Biology
Synopsis Recently, there has been a dramatic expansion of studies of major histocompatibility complex (MHC) variation aimed at discovering functional differences in immunity across wild populations of diverse vertebrate species. Some species with relatively low genetic diversity or under strong directional selection by pathogens have revealed fascinating cases of MHC allelic disease linkage. More generally in genetically diverse species, however, these linkages may be hard to find. In thisdoi:10.1093/icb/icl044 pmid:21672804 fatcat:3js7rvdfsfejtkelrozo5istqi