Mitochondrial D-loop haplotypes from white-footed mice in New York City

2013-12-20T18:40:49Z (GMT) by Jason Munshi-South Christopher Nagy
<p>Nexus file of 37 unique haplotypes identified from 324 bp of mitochondrial D-loop sequence from urban white-footed mice (<em>Peromyscus leucopus</em>).  Partial D-loop sequence was obtained for 110 white-footed mice (<em>Peromyscus leucopus</em>) from 14 urban parks in New York City.  The Nexus file also identifies the number of individuals with the same haplotype sequence.  This file can be used in DnaSP or other software to recreate the mismatch distribution analyses, calculation of basic mtDNA diversity statistics, and tests of neutrality (Fu's Fs, Tajima's D) presented in the associated publication.</p>