Apr 1, 2020

Evolutionary patterns of 64 vertebrate genomes (species) revealed by phylogenomics analysis of protein-coding gene families

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J. SongKui Lin

Abstract

Background: Recent studies have demonstrated that phylogenomics is an important basis for answering many fundamental evolutionary questions. With more high-quality whole genome sequences published, more efficient phylogenomics analysis workflows are required urgently. Results: To this end and in order to capture putative differences among evolutionary histories of gene families and species, we developed a phylogenomics workflow for gene family classification, gene family tree inference, species tree inference and duplication/loss events dating. Our analysis framework is on the basis of two guiding ideas: 1) gene trees tend to be different from species trees but they influence each other in evolution; 2) different gene families have undergone different evolutionary mechanisms. It has been applied to the genomic data from 64 vertebrates and 5 out-group species. And the results showed high accuracy on species tree inference and few false-positives in duplication events dating. Conclusions: Based on the inferred gene duplication and loss event, only 9~16% gene families have duplication retention after a whole genome duplication (WGD) event. A large part of these families have ohnologs from two or three WGDs. Consistent with the pre...Continue Reading

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