Theobald reply

@article{Theobald2010TheobaldR,
  title={Theobald reply},
  author={D. Theobald},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2010},
  volume={468},
  pages={E10-E10}
}
Replying to T. Yonezawa & M. Hasegawa 468, 10.1038/nature09482 (2010)Yonezawa and Hasegawa provide an example from two apparently unrelated families of nucleic acid coding sequences for which an Akaike information criterion (AIC) model selection test, similar to mine, chooses a common origin hypothesis. Although this may seem surprising, the coding sequences in this example were aligned in the same reading frame. The constraints of the genetic code are expected to induce correlations between… Expand

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