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Multi-state Perfect Phylogeny Mixture Deconvolution and Applications to Cancer Sequencing

@inproceedings{ElKebir2016MultistatePP,
  title={Multi-state Perfect Phylogeny Mixture Deconvolution and Applications to Cancer Sequencing},
  author={M. El-Kebir and Gryte Satas and Layla Oesper and B. Raphael},
  booktitle={RECOMB},
  year={2016}
}
  • M. El-Kebir, Gryte Satas, +1 author B. Raphael
  • Published in RECOMB 2016
  • Computer Science, Biology, Mathematics
  • The reconstruction of phylogenetic trees from mixed populations has become important in the study of cancer evolution, as sequencing is often performed on bulk tumor tissue containing mixed populations of cells. Recent work has shown how to reconstruct a perfect phylogeny tree from samples that contain mixtures of two-state characters, where each character/locus is either mutated or not. However, most cancers contain more complex mutations, such as copy-number aberrations, that exhibit more… CONTINUE READING
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