PhyloPat: an updated version of the phylogenetic pattern database contains gene neighborhood

@article{Hulsen2008PhyloPatAU,
  title={PhyloPat: an updated version of the phylogenetic pattern database contains gene neighborhood},
  author={Tim Hulsen and Peter M. A. Groenen and Jacob de Vlieg and Wynand Alkema},
  journal={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={37},
  pages={D731 - D737}
}
Phylogenetic patterns show the presence or absence of certain genes in a set of full genomes derived from different species. They can also be used to determine sets of genes that occur only in certain evolutionary branches. Previously, we presented a database named PhyloPat which allows the complete Ensembl gene database to be queried using phylogenetic patterns. Here, we describe an updated version of PhyloPat which can be queried by an improved web server. We used a single linkage clustering… 

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