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Tiffany Lee Perm #: 7520141 Literature assignment #1 EEMB 102 – Primary Literature Form 1. Full Reference for Article (Authors, year, title, journal pages) H Kishino, T Miyata, M Hasegawa-Journal of Molecular Evolution, 1990 - Springer Volume 31, Number 2 / August, 1990 Page 151-160 2. Electronically cut and paste the abstract (from journal website or literature database): A maximum likelihood method for inferring protein phylogeny was developed. It is based on a Markov model that takes into account the unequal transition probabilities among pairs of amino acids and does not assume constancy of rate among different lineages. Therefore, this method is expected to be powerful in inferring phylogeny among distantly related proteins, either orthologous or parallogous, where the evolutionary rate may deviate from constancy. Not only amino acid substitutions but also insertion/deletion events during evolution were incorporated into the Markov model. A simple method for estimating a bootstrap
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course EEMB 102 taught by Professor Oakley during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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