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Databases of homologous gene families for comparative genomics

BMC Bioinformatics

Jun 26, 2009

Simon PenelGuy Perrière

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Comparative genomics is a central step in many sequence analysis studies, from gene annotation and the identification of new functional regions in genomes, to the study of evolutionary processes at the molecular level (speciation, single gene or whole genome duplications, etc.) and phyl...read more

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Databases of homologous gene families for comparative genomics

BMC Bioinformatics

Jun 26, 2009

Simon PenelGuy Perrière

PMID: 19534752

DOI: 10.1186/1471-2105-10-s6-s3

Abstract

Comparative genomics is a central step in many sequence analysis studies, from gene annotation and the identification of new functional regions in genomes, to the study of evolutionary processes at the molecular level (speciation, single gene or whole genome duplications, etc.) and phyl...read more

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Archaea
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