Use of phylogenetics in the molecular epidemiology and evolutionary studies of viral infections.

Abstract

Since DNA sequencing techniques first became available almost 30 years ago, the amount of nucleic acid sequence data has increased enormously. Phylogenetics, which is widely applied to compare and analyze such data, is particularly useful for the analysis of genes from rapidly evolving viruses. It has been used extensively to describe the molecular… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/10408361003633318

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