Characterizing positive and negative selection and their phylogenetic effects.

Abstract

Total evidence and the use of large datasets to overcome uncertainty are the state of the art in systematic analysis. This assumes that the only true phylogenetic signal is ancestry and that functional, structural, and other factors will not add an alternative signal. Using gene families, where individual codon positions were sorted into bins based upon… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.gene.2008.03.017

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@article{Massey2008CharacterizingPA, title={Characterizing positive and negative selection and their phylogenetic effects.}, author={Steven E. Massey and Alexander G. Churbanov and Shruti Rastogi and David A. Liberles}, journal={Gene}, year={2008}, volume={418 1-2}, pages={22-6} }