Impact of duplicate gene copies on phylogenetic analysis and divergence time estimates in butterflies

@article{Pohl2008ImpactOD,
  title={Impact of duplicate gene copies on phylogenetic analysis and divergence time estimates in butterflies},
  author={N{\'e}lida Pohl and Marilou P Sison-Mangus and Emily N Yee and Saif W Liswi and Adriana D Briscoe},
  journal={BMC Evolutionary Biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={9},
  pages={99 - 99}
}
The increase in availability of genomic sequences for a wide range of organisms has revealed gene duplication to be a relatively common event. Encounters with duplicate gene copies have consequently become almost inevitable in the context of collecting gene sequences for inferring species trees. Here we examine the effect of incorporating duplicate gene copies evolving at different rates on tree reconstruction and time estimation of recent and deep divergences in butterflies. Sequences from… CONTINUE READING
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