A dataset of gene selection scores.
A data frame with 17918 rows and 2 variables:
Gene identifier (Entrez gene ID)
Gene selection score
These gene scores are the one used in Daub et al. (2013). For a set of SNPs, a z-score has been computed to represent an overall genetic differentiation among several human populations. A gene score corresponds to the maximal value among SNPs located within a given gene.
The table has been generated using the pipeline described here ("Human populations project"): https://github.com/CMPG/polysel
Daub, J. T., Hofer, T., Cutivet, E., Dupanloup, I., Quintana-Murci, L., Robinson-Rechavi, M., & Excoffier, L. (2013). Evidence for polygenic adaptation to pathogens in the human genome. Molecular biology and evolution, 30(7), 1544-1558.
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