Deep metazoan phylogeny: when different genes tell different stories.

@article{Nosenko2013DeepMP,
  title={Deep metazoan phylogeny: when different genes tell different stories.},
  author={T. Nosenko and Fabian Schreiber and M. Adamska and M. Adamski and M. Eitel and J. Hammel and M. Maldonado and W. M{\"u}ller and M. Nickel and B. Schierwater and J. Vacelet and M. Wiens and G. W{\"o}rheide},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2013},
  volume={67 1},
  pages={
          223-33
        }
}
Molecular phylogenetic analyses have produced a plethora of controversial hypotheses regarding the patterns of diversification of non-bilaterian animals. [...] Key Result Comparative analyses of this supermatrix and its two non-overlapping multi-gene partitions (including ribosomal and non-ribosomal genes) revealed conflicting phylogenetic signals. We show that the levels of saturation and long branch attraction artifacts in the two partitions correlate with gene sampling.Expand
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