Oh Father Where Art Thou? Comparing Different Ways of Finding Recombination Events

Chan, Cheong Xin, Beiko, Robert G. and Ragan, Mark A. (2004). Oh Father Where Art Thou? Comparing Different Ways of Finding Recombination Events. In: First ARC Centre in Bioinformatics Annual All Hands Meeting, The University of Queensland, (). 10-11 May, 2004.

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Author Chan, Cheong Xin
Beiko, Robert G.
Ragan, Mark A.
Title of paper Oh Father Where Art Thou? Comparing Different Ways of Finding Recombination Events
Conference name First ARC Centre in Bioinformatics Annual All Hands Meeting
Conference location The University of Queensland
Conference dates 10-11 May, 2004
Publication Year 2004
Abstract/Summary Recombination events can have a substantial impact in determining phylogenetic relationships among genetic relationships among genetic sequences in the course of molecular evolution. Problems in detecting and analysing recombination events include the possibilities of multiple events overlapping each other, and more-recent substitutions in obscuring the origins of recombinant sequences. This poster highlights the different approaches available in detecting recombination events.
Subjects 239901 Biological Mathematics
279999 Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified
270208 Molecular Evolution
Keyword recombination
detection
sequence analysis
molecular evolution
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