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Selective sweep on human amylase genes postdates the split with Neanderthals (2016)
Journal Article
Inchley, C. E., Larbey, C. D., Shwan, N. A., Pagani, L., Saag, L., Antão, T., …Kivisild, T. (in press). Selective sweep on human amylase genes postdates the split with Neanderthals. Scientific Reports, 6, doi:10.1038/srep37198. ISSN 2045-2322

Humans have more copies of amylase genes than other primates. It is still poorly understood, however, when the copy number expansion occurred and whether its spread was enhanced by selection. Here we assess amylase copy numbers in a global sample of... Read More

Challenges in editing late nineteenth-and early twentieth-century prose fiction: what is editorial “completeness”? (2016)
Journal Article
Guy, J., Scott, R., Conklin, K., & Carrol, G. (2016). Challenges in editing late nineteenth-and early twentieth-century prose fiction: what is editorial “completeness”?. 00 Journal not listed, 59(4), 435-455

Guy, Scott, Conklin, and Carrol join forces to analyze controversial questions about multi-volume variorum editions of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century writers such as Wilde, Conrad, Woolf, James, and Wyndam Lewis. What prompted such ambi... Read More

Processing punctuation and word changes in different editions of prose fiction (2015)
Journal Article
Carrol, G., Conklin, K., Guy, J., & Scott, R. (2015). Processing punctuation and word changes in different editions of prose fiction. Scientific Study of Literature, 5(2), doi:10.1075/ssol.5.2.05con. ISSN 2210-4372

The digital era has brought with it a shift in the field of literary editing in terms of the amount and kind of textual variation that can reasonably be annotated by editors. However, questions remain about how far readers engage with textual variant... Read More