Comparative genomics : a case study of genome, chromosome and gene family evolution
Comparisons between the genomes have provided invaluable resources and tools for the annotation of DNA sequences. Comparative genomics is widely used to identify function of DNA sequences, understand dynamics of the evolutionary processes and provide framework for genome organization. Particularly useful for comparative analyses are the genomes of distantly related organisms such as marsupials and human. When the DNA sequence data was scarce and expensive to acquire, comparative analyses of...[Show more]
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