The origin of adaptive mutants: Random or nonrandom?
Abstract Several recent reports have claimed that adaptive mutants in bacteria and yeast are induced by selective conditions. The results of these reports suggest that mutants can arise nonrandomly with respect to fitness, contrary to what has been widely accepted. In several cases that have receive...
|Published in:||Journal of molecular evolution : the journal of the International Society of Molecular Evolution, Vol. 40 (1995), p. 94-101|
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Journal of molecular evolution : the journal of the International Society of Molecular Evolution, Vol. 40 (1995), p. 94-101
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