Asymmetric introgression between the M and S forms of the malaria vector, Anopheles gambiae, maintains divergence despite extensive hybridization

Clare D. Marsden, Yoosook Lee, Catelyn C. Nieman, Michelle R. Sanford, Joao Dinis, Cesario Martins, Amabelia Rodrigues, Anthony J. Cornel, Gregory C Lanzaro

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