Genome rearrangements with duplications

@inproceedings{Bader2010GenomeRW,
  title={Genome rearrangements with duplications},
  author={Martin Bader},
  booktitle={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2010}
}
Finding sequences of evolutionary operations that transform one genome into another is a classical problem in comparative genomics. While most of the genome rearrangement algorithms assume that there is exactly one copy of each gene in both genomes, this does not reflect the biological reality very well - most of the studied genomes contain duplicated gene content, which has to be removed before applying those algorithms. However, dealing with unequal gene content is a very challenging task… CONTINUE READING

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