Ancestral sequence reconstruction with Maximum Parsimony

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Herbst, Lina; Fischer, Mareike;
  • Subject: Mathematics - Combinatorics | Quantitative Biology - Populations and Evolution
    arxiv: Quantitative Biology::Genomics | Quantitative Biology::Populations and Evolution

One of the main aims in phylogenetics is the estimation of ancestral sequences based on present-day data like, for instance, DNA alignments. One way to estimate the data of the last common ancestor of a given set of species is to first reconstruct a phylogenetic tree wi... View more
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