Toni Gabaldón

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The study of evolutionary relationships among protein sequences was one of the first applications of bioinformatics. Since then, and accompanying the wealth of biological data produced by genome sequencing and other high-throughput techniques, the use of bioinformatics in general and phylogenetics in particular has been gaining ground in the study of(More)
Molecular markers serve to assign individual samples to specific groups. Such markers should be easily identified and have a high discrimination power, being highly conserved within groups while showing sufficient variability between the groups that are to be distinguished. The availability of a large number of complete genomic sequences now enables the(More)
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