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CPM
2004
Springer
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Small Phylogeny Problem: Character Evolution Trees
Abstract. Phylogenetics is a science of determining connections between groups of organisms in terms of ancestor/descendent relationships, usually expressed by phylogenetic trees, ...
Arvind Gupta, Ján Manuch, Ladislav Stacho, ...
BIOINFORMATICS
2007
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Maximum likelihood of phylogenetic networks
Horizontal gene transfer (HGT) is believed to be ubiquitous among bacteria, and plays a major role in their genome diversification as well as their ability to develop resistance t...
Guohua Jin, Luay Nakhleh, Sagi Snir, Tamir Tuller
BMCBI
2005
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Ancestral sequence alignment under optimal conditions
Background: Multiple genome alignment is an important problem in bioinformatics. An important subproblem used by many multiple alignment approaches is that of aligning two multipl...
Alexander K. Hudek, Daniel G. Brown 0001
BIBE
2003
IEEE
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An Investigation of Phylogenetic Likelihood Methods
Abstract— We analyze the performance of likelihoodbased approaches used to reconstruct phylogenetic trees. Unlike other techniques such as Neighbor-Joining (NJ) and Maximum Parsi...
Tiffani L. Williams, Bernard M. E. Moret
BIBE
2005
IEEE
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Improved Phylogenetic Motif Detection Using Parsimony
We have recently demonstrated (La et al, Proteins, 58:2005) that sequence fragments approximating the overall familial phylogeny, called phylogenetic motifs (PMs), represent a pro...
Usman Roshan, Dennis R. Livesay, David La
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