Computing phylogenies from genomes

Research report (imported) 2015 - Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology

Authors
Haubold, Bernhard
Departments
Evolutionsgenetik, Forschungsgruppe Bioinformatik
Summary
Computing phylogenies is one of the most popular applications in bioinformatics. For this purpose evolutionary distances are estimated between nucleotide or amino acid sequences and the phylogeny is reconstructed from these distances. However, estimating distances between long sequences is time consuming. Hence an ultrafast method for calculating distances between genomes has been developed.

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