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GC-content evolution in bacterial genomes: the biased gene conversion hypothesis expands.

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Nov 4, 2014

Florent LassalleVincent Daubin

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The characterization of functional elements in genomes relies on the identification of the footprints of natural selection. In this quest, taking into account neutral evolutionary processes such as mutation and genetic drift is crucial because these forces can generate patterns that may...read more

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Genome, Bacterial
Chemical Substitution
Mutation Abnormality
Genome
Genetic Drift
Patterns
Codon (Nucleotide Sequence)
Genes
Positive Selection
Recombination, Genetic
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  • GC-content evolution in bacterial genomes: the biased gene conversion hypothesis expands.

    bioRxiv

    Nov 4, 2014

    Florent LassalleVincent Daubin

    PMID: 990011023

    DOI: 10.1101/011023

    Abstract

    The characterization of functional elements in genomes relies on the identification of the footprints of natural selection. In this quest, taking into account neutral evolutionary processes such as mutation and genetic drift is crucial because these forces can generate patterns that may...read more

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    Genome, Bacterial
    Chemical Substitution
    Mutation Abnormality
    Genome
    Genetic Drift
    21
    7
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