A quantitative genotype algorithm reflecting H5N1 Avian influenza niches

@article{Wan2007AQG,
  title={A quantitative genotype algorithm reflecting H5N1 Avian influenza niches},
  author={Xiu-Feng Wan and Guorong Chen and Feng Luo and Michael Emch and Ruben O. Donis},
  journal={Bioinformatics},
  year={2007},
  volume={23 18},
  pages={2368-75}
}
MOTIVATION Computational genotyping analyses are critical for characterizing molecular evolutionary footprints, thus providing important information for designing the strategies of influenza prevention and control. Most of the current methods that are available are based on multiple sequence alignment and phylogenetic tree construction, which are time consuming and limited by the number of taxa. Arbitrarily defining genotypes further complicates the interpretation of genotyping results… CONTINUE READING

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