Recurrently mutated genes reveal how evolution is constrained.
(A) Repeatability of adaptation and parallelism at the gene level. Genes were classified by the number of mutations detected during Evolve and Resequence studies: 154 genes were mutated in more than one sample; 48 genes with recurrent mutations were mutated in more than one condition (small panel). (B) Enrichment of recurrently mutated genes with high-impact mutations compared with genes mutated in only one sample. Enrichment is not observed for moderate or low impact mutations, or modifiers. Error bars are 95% CIs.