A phylogenomic framework and timescale for comparative studies of tunicates

@inproceedings{Delsuc2018APF,
  title={A phylogenomic framework and timescale for comparative studies of tunicates},
  author={Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Delsuc and Herv{\'e} Philippe and Georgia Tsagkogeorga and Paul Simion and Marie-ka Tilak and X. Turon and Susanna L{\'o}pez-Legentil and Jacques Piette and Patrick Lemaire and Emmanuel J. P. Douzery},
  booktitle={BMC Biology},
  year={2018}
}
Tunicates are the closest relatives of vertebrates and are widely used as models to study the evolutionary developmental biology of chordates. Their phylogeny, however, remains poorly understood, and to date, only the 18S rRNA nuclear gene and mitogenomes have been used to delineate the major groups of tunicates. To resolve their evolutionary relationships and provide a first estimate of their divergence times, we used a transcriptomic approach to build a phylogenomic dataset including all… CONTINUE READING

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