mtProtEvol: the resource presenting molecular evolution analysis of proteins involved in the function of Vertebrate mitochondria

@inproceedings{Kuzminkova2019mtProtEvolTR,
  title={mtProtEvol: the resource presenting molecular evolution analysis of proteins involved in the function of Vertebrate mitochondria},
  author={Anastasia A. Kuzminkova and Anastasia D. Sokol and Kristina E. Ushakova and Konstantin Yu. Popadin and Konstantin V. Gunbin},
  booktitle={BMC evolutionary biology},
  year={2019}
}
BackgroundHeterotachy is the variation in the evolutionary rate of aligned sites in different parts of the phylogenetic tree. It occurs mainly due to epistatic interactions among the substitutions, which are highly complex and make it difficult to study protein evolution. The vast majority of computational evolutionary approaches for studying these epistatic interactions or their evolutionary consequences in proteins require high computational time. However, recently, it has been shown that the… CONTINUE READING
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