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Genome Halving

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Genome Halving
The Genome Halving Problem is motivated by the whole genome duplication events in molecular evolution that double the gene content of a genome and result in a perfect duplicated genome that contains two identical copies of each chromosome. The genome then becomes a subject to rearrangements resulting in some rearranged duplicated genome. The Genome Halving Problem (first introduced and solved by Nadia El-Mabrouk and David Sankoff) is to reconstruct the ancestral pre-duplicated genome from the rearranged duplicated genome. The El-Mabrouk
Nadia El-Mabrouk, Joseph H. Nadeau, David Sankoff
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Year 1998
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Authors Nadia El-Mabrouk, Joseph H. Nadeau, David Sankoff
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