Francisco J. López de Saro

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Insertion sequences (IS) are the simplest and most abundant form of transposable DNA found in bacterial genomes. When present in multiple copies, it is thought that they can promote genomic plasticity and genetic exchange, thus being a major force of evolutionary change. The main processes that determine IS content in genomes are, though, a matter of(More)
The results of the fits to the neutral model are shown in Table S1. It shows the fit parameters and the p-value associated to the goodness of fit test for two variants of the model: either with a single LGT rate β (“One LGT rate”, as explained in the main text) or with different LGT rates in empty and IS hosting genomes (“Two LGT rates”, parameter β0(More)
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