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Correlation between Composition and Site specific Evolutionary Rate and Implications for Phylogenetic Inference

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Correlation between composition and site-specific evolutionary rate and implications for phylogenetic inference nonhomogeneous RNA models Vivek Gowri-Shankar, Magnus Rattray , School of Computer Science - University of Manchester nonhomogeneous RNA models

  • nonhomogeneous rna

  • tree time-homogeneity

  • single-stranded chains

  • site-specific evolutionary

  • gowri-shankar

  • compositional heterogeneity across

  • gorilla barbary

  • watson?crick pairs


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