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   * Reed, F. A. (2007). Two-locus epistasis with sexually antagonistic selection: A genetic Parrondo'​s paradox. //​Genetics//,​ 176(3), 1923--1929.   * Reed, F. A. (2007). Two-locus epistasis with sexually antagonistic selection: A genetic Parrondo'​s paradox. //​Genetics//,​ 176(3), 1923--1929.
   * Reed, F. A., & Tishkoff, S. A. (2006). Positive selection can create false hotspots of recombination. //​Genetics//,​ 172(3), 2011--2014.   * Reed, F. A., & Tishkoff, S. A. (2006). Positive selection can create false hotspots of recombination. //​Genetics//,​ 172(3), 2011--2014.
-  * Reed, F. A., Akey, J. M., & Aquadro, C. F. (2005). Fitting background-selection predictions to levels of nucleotide variation and divergence along the human autosomes. ​//Genome Research//, 15(9), 1211--1221.+  * [[Reed et al 2005b|Reed, F. A., Akey, J. M., & Aquadro, C. F. (2005). Fitting background-selection predictions to levels of nucleotide variation and divergence along the human autosomes. Genome Research, 15(9), 1211-1221.]]
   * Reed, F. A., Reeves, R. G., & Aquadro, C. F. (2005). Evidence of susceptibility and resistance to cryptic X‐linked meiotic drive in natural populations of //​Drosophila melanogaster//​. //​Evolution//,​ 59(6), 1280--1291.   * Reed, F. A., Reeves, R. G., & Aquadro, C. F. (2005). Evidence of susceptibility and resistance to cryptic X‐linked meiotic drive in natural populations of //​Drosophila melanogaster//​. //​Evolution//,​ 59(6), 1280--1291.
   * Aquadro, C. F., DuMont, V. B., & Reed, F. A. (2001). Genome-wide variation in the human and fruitfly: a comparison. //Current Opinion in Genetics & Development//,​ 11(6), 627--634.   * Aquadro, C. F., DuMont, V. B., & Reed, F. A. (2001). Genome-wide variation in the human and fruitfly: a comparison. //Current Opinion in Genetics & Development//,​ 11(6), 627--634.
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