Table 2

Fitness data.

1.000

0.976

0.708

0.975

0.981

0.984

0.995

0.978

0.564

0.593

0.976

0.990

0.973

0.990

0.982

0.718

0.500

0.708

0.964

0.684

0.694

0.782

0.664

0.510

0.975

0.983

0.975

0.974

0.977

0.650

0.482

0.981

0.990

0.964

0.983

0.718

0.988

0.524

0.984

0.973

0.684

0.975

0.724

0.986

0.490

0.995

0.990

0.694

0.974

0.982

0.679

0.508

0.978

0.982

0.782

0.977

0.718

0.724

0.982

0.564

0.718

0.664

0.650

0.988

0.986

0.679

0.593

0.500

0.510

0.482

0.524

0.490

0.508


Each entry shows the fitness value of the corresponding genotype in Table 1. Fitness is reported as the median of ten replicate assays performed to estimate the growth-rate advantage of the respective mutant genotype relative to the wild-type strain [2]. Values above and below the diagonal are the same. Genotypes along the diagonal do not exist; other empty cells correspond to genotypes that are missing owing to the specific experimental design.

Beerenwinkel et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2007 7:60   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-7-60

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