Reconciling multiple genes trees via segmental duplications and losses

@article{Dondi2018ReconcilingMG,
  title={Reconciling multiple genes trees via segmental duplications and losses},
  author={Riccardo Dondi and Manuel Lafond and C{\'e}line Scornavacca},
  journal={Algorithms for Molecular Biology : AMB},
  year={2018},
  volume={14}
}
  • Riccardo Dondi, Manuel Lafond, Céline Scornavacca
  • Published in WABI 2018
  • Mathematics, Biology, Computer Science
  • Algorithms for Molecular Biology : AMB
  • Reconciling gene trees with a species tree is a fundamental problem to understand the evolution of gene families. Many existing approaches reconcile each gene tree independently. However, it is well-known that the evolution of gene families is interconnected. In this paper, we extend a previous approach to reconcile a set of gene trees with a species tree based on segmental macro-evolutionary events, where segmental duplication events and losses are associated with cost $\delta$ and $\lambda… CONTINUE READING
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