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Volume 16 Supplement 10

Proceedings of the 13th Annual Research in Computational Molecular Biology (RECOMB) Satellite Workshop on Comparative Genomics: Genomics


Edited by Joao Meidanis and Jens Stoye

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13th Annual Research in Computational Molecular Biology (RECOMB) Satellite Workshop on Comparative Genomics.

Frankfurt, Germany4-7 October 2015

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    Authors: Ruth Davidson, Pranjal Vachaspati, Siavash Mirarab and Tandy Warnow
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  2. Species tree estimation is challenging in the presence of incomplete lineage sorting (ILS), which can make gene trees different from the species tree. Because ILS is expected to occur and the standard concaten...

    Authors: Jed Chou, Ashu Gupta, Shashank Yaduvanshi, Ruth Davidson, Mike Nute, Siavash Mirarab and Tandy Warnow
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  3. Incomplete lineage sorting (ILS), modelled by the multi-species coalescent (MSC), is known to create discordance between gene trees and species trees, and lead to inaccurate species tree estimations unless app...

    Authors: Pranjal Vachaspati and Tandy Warnow
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  4. We present a computational framework tailored for the modeling of the complex, dynamic relationships that are encountered in splicing regulation. The starting point is whole-genome transcriptomic data from hig...

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  6. We exploit the methodological similarity between ancestral genome reconstruction and extant genome scaffolding. We present a method, called ARt-DeCo that constructs neighborhood relationships between genes or ...

    Authors: Yoann Anselmetti, Vincent Berry, Cedric Chauve, Annie Chateau, Eric Tannier and Sèverine Bérard
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  7. Over the last decade, methods have been developed for the reconstruction of gene trees that take into account the species tree. Many of these methods have been based on the probabilistic duplication-loss model...

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