Genome Biol. 8(6):R109 (2007)
The human phylome.
Huerta-Cepas,J, Dopazo,H, Dopazo,J, Gabaldón,T
Phylogenomics analyses serve to establish evolutionary relationships among organisms and their genes. A phylome, the complete collection of all gene phylogenies in a genome, constitutes a valuable source of information, but its use in large genomes still constitutes a technical challenge. The use of phylomes also requires the development of new methods that help us to interpret them.
- Journal Article
- Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't