African and Asian leopards are highly differentiated at the genomic level

Journal:
Current Biology
Published:
DOI:
10.1016/j.cub.2021.03.084
Affiliations:
22
Authors:
20
Institutions Authors Share
University of Potsdam, Germany
3.333333
0.17
Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW), Germany
2.500000
0.13
University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Denmark
2.500000
0.13
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden
1.000000
0.05
Leibniz Institute for Research on Evolution and Biodiversity - Museum für Naturkunde (MfN), Germany
1.000000
0.05
Wuppertal Zoo, Germany
1.000000
0.05
Tierpark Berlin-Friedrichsfelde GmbH, Germany
1.000000
0.05
Federal Scientific Center for the Biodiversity of Terrestrial Biota of East Asia, FEB RAS, Russia
1.000000
0.05
Zambian Carnivore Programme, Zambia
1.000000
0.05
University of Florida (UF), United States of America (USA)
0.500000
0.03
The Rockefeller University, United States of America (USA)
0.500000
0.03
Natural History Museum of Denmark (SNM), UCPH, Denmark
0.500000
0.03
National Museums Scotland, United Kingdom (UK)
0.500000
0.03
The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom (UK)
0.500000
0.03
Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom (UK)
0.500000
0.03
ITMO National Research University (ITMO University), Russia
0.500000
0.03
Nova Southeastern University, United States of America (USA)
0.500000
0.03
University of Leicester, United Kingdom (UK)
0.333333
0.02
Swedish Museum of Natural History, Sweden
0.333333
0.02
Centre for Palaeogenetics (CPG), Sweden
0.333333
0.02
Stockholm University, Sweden
0.333333
0.02
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (UK)
0.333333
0.02