Chaos game representation of coding regions of human globin genes and alcohol dehydrogenase genes of phylogenetically divergent species

@article{Hill1992ChaosGR,
  title={Chaos game representation of coding regions of human globin genes and alcohol dehydrogenase genes of phylogenetically divergent species},
  author={Kathleen A. Hill and Nicholas J. Schisler and Shiva M. Singh},
  journal={Journal of Molecular Evolution},
  year={1992},
  volume={35},
  pages={261-269}
}
Chaos game representation (CGR) is a novel holistic approach that provides a visual image of a DNA sequence quite different from the traditional linear arrangement of nucleotides. Although it is known that CGR patterns depict base composition and sequentiality, the biological significance of the specific features of each pattern is not understood. To systematically examine these features, we have examined the coding sequences of 7 human globin genes and 29 relatively conserved alcohol… CONTINUE READING
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