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An experimentally informed evolutionary model improves phylogenetic fit to divergent lactamase homologs

bioRxiv

Apr 3, 2014

Jesse D Bloom

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Phylogenetic analyses of molecular data require a quantitative model for how sequences evolve. Traditionally, the details of the site-specific selection that governs sequence evolution are unknown, and so most phylogenetic models treat this selection crudely with a variety of free param...read more

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Nucleoproteins
Influenza virus vaccine
Influenza
Phylogenetic Analysis
Lactamase
Beta-lactamase TEM-1
Beta-Lactamase
Site
Gene Function
High-Throughput RNA Sequencing
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An experimentally informed evolutionary model improves phylogenetic fit to divergent lactamase homologs

bioRxiv

Apr 3, 2014

Jesse D Bloom

PMID: 990003848

DOI: 10.1101/003848

Abstract

Phylogenetic analyses of molecular data require a quantitative model for how sequences evolve. Traditionally, the details of the site-specific selection that governs sequence evolution are unknown, and so most phylogenetic models treat this selection crudely with a variety of free param...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Nucleoproteins
Influenza virus vaccine
Influenza
Phylogenetic Analysis
Lactamase
Beta-lactamase TEM-1
Beta-Lactamase
Site
Gene Function
High-Throughput RNA Sequencing
3
2

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