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Phylogenetic tree shapes resolve disease transmission patterns

bioRxiv

Mar 5, 2014

Jennifer Gardy, Caroline Colijn

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Background and Objectives Whole genome sequencing is becoming popular as a tool for understanding outbreaks of communicable diseases, with phylogenetic trees being used to identify individual transmission events or to characterize outbreak-level overall transmission dynamics. Existing m...read more

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Patterns
Classification
Genome
Trees (plant)
SNAP25
Phylogenetic Analysis
Disease Transmission
Structure
Signal Transmission via Phosphorylation Event
Disease Management
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Phylogenetic tree shapes resolve disease transmission patterns

bioRxiv

Mar 5, 2014

Jennifer Gardy, Caroline Colijn

PMID: 990003194

DOI: 10.1101/003194

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Background and Objectives Whole genome sequencing is becoming popular as a tool for understanding outbreaks of communicable diseases, with phylogenetic trees being used to identify individual transmission events or to characterize outbreak-level overall transmission dynamics. Existing m...read more

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Patterns
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Genome
Trees (plant)
SNAP25
Phylogenetic Analysis
Disease Transmission
Structure
Signal Transmission via Phosphorylation Event
Disease Management
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