Selectome: a database of positive selection

@inproceedings{ProuxWra2009SelectomeAD,
  title={Selectome: a database of positive selection},
  author={Estelle Proux-W{\'e}ra and Romain A. Studer and S{\'e}bastien Moretti and Marc Robinson-Rechavi},
  booktitle={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2009}
}
Genome wide scans have shown that positive selection is relatively frequent at the molecular level. It is of special interest to identify which protein sites and which phylogenetic branches are affected. We present Selectome, a database which provides the results of a rigorous branch-site specific likelihood test for positive selection. The Web interface presents test results mapped both onto phylogenetic trees and onto protein alignments. It allows rapid access to results by keyword, gene name… CONTINUE READING
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