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  The enormous quantities of genomic data now available permit us to powerfully test hypothese of molecular evolution. Perhaps because of  the amount of data available comparative analysis of whole genomes is also challenging.We have developed a range of bioinformatic pipelines...

[caption id="attachment_106" align="alignleft" width="281" caption="Cryptic Species: Illustration of genetically, geographically, ecologically and reproductively isolated 'groups' currently classified as the single bryozoan species Celleporella hyalina. From Gomez et al 2007"][/caption] Rod Page at iPhylo draws attention to a new paper in Systematic...

I just noticed that an old publication of mine has a typo in the title on the Nature website "Animal mitochondrial DMA recombination", anyone want to guess what the error is? Web of Science has the correct title, Pubmed has...

There is a really interesting take on the ethics of human genomics from Dienekes' Anthropology Blog prompted by the aboriginal genome recently released. I can't say I disagree with anything. Potential bad ethical outcomes of genetic sampling are very rarely...

Moss, Stephen P., Domino A. Joyce, Stuart Humphries, Katherine J. Tindall and David H. Lunt (2011) Comparative analysis of teleost genome sequences reveals an ancient intron size expansion in the zebrafish lineage. Genome Biology and Evolution doi: 10.1093/gbe/evr090, (PDF) We have developed a bioinformatics...

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