Extracting phylogenetic information from whole-genome sequencing projects: the lactic acid bacteria as a test case.

@article{Coenye2003ExtractingPI,
  title={Extracting phylogenetic information from whole-genome sequencing projects: the lactic acid bacteria as a test case.},
  author={Tom Coenye and Peter Vandamme},
  journal={Microbiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={149 Pt 12},
  pages={3507-17}
}
The availability of an ever increasing number of complete genome sequences of diverse prokaryotic taxa has led to the introduction of novel approaches to infer phylogenetic relationships among bacteria. In the present study the sequences of the 16S rRNA gene and nine housekeeping genes were compared with the fraction of shared putative orthologous protein-encoding genes, conservation of gene order, dinucleotide relative abundance and codon usage among 11 genomes of species belonging to the… CONTINUE READING
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