Recent trends in molecular phylogenetic analysis: where to next?

@article{Blair2011RecentTI,
  title={Recent trends in molecular phylogenetic analysis: where to next?},
  author={Christopher Blair and Robert W. Murphy},
  journal={The Journal of heredity},
  year={2011},
  volume={102 1},
  pages={
          130-8
        }
}
The acquisition of large multilocus sequence data is providing researchers with an unprecedented amount of information to resolve difficult phylogenetic problems. With these large quantities of data comes the increasing challenge regarding the best methods of analysis. We review the current trends in molecular phylogenetic analysis, focusing specifically on the topics of multiple sequence alignment and methods of tree reconstruction. We suggest that traditional methods are inadequate for these… CONTINUE READING

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