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  • Yellow baboon (Papio cynocephalus) assembled genome Pcyn1.0 data
  • Snyder-Mackler et al 2016, Efficient Genome-Wide Sequencing and Low Coverage Pedigree Analysis from Non-invasively Collected Samples, Genetics
    • Two different VCF files are available for this study
      • Genotype calls for 54 baboons using capture-based enrichment from fecal-derived DNA. This file also includes genotypes called from high-coverage sequencing of blood-derived DNA from two of these baboons, HAP and LIT VCF file here
      • Low-coverage genotype calls for 52 baboons using capture-based enrichment from fecal-derived DNA. This file includes only sites that are ≥ 10 Kb apart and have minor allele frequency > 5% VCF file here
  • Wall et al 2016, Genome-wide ancestry and divergence patterns from low-coverage sequencing data reveal a complex history of admixture in wild baboons
    • Genotype calls for 14M SNPs called for 47 baboons from DNA-sequencing. This file only includes variants that were called with a GQ ≥ 30 in the three highest coverage samples, HAP, SWY, and SWA VCF file here

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Data from the ABRP Genomics Public Portal are freely available for use. Please cite the studies responsible for producing the data if you use them in a publication or web page. The software delivering this web page and all software developed to support the Amboseli Baboon Research Project is licensed as Free and Open Source Software. Anyone may download and use the software.


We gratefully acknowledge the support of the National Institute on Aging (R03 AG045459 and R21 AG049936 to J. Tung and S. C. Alberts) for supporting the development of the ABRP Genomics Public Portal and underlying database design. We also thank Karl Pinc, Steve Piercy, and Domen Kožar for assistance with database programming and website development.