Molecular evolution

Rush Wells wells at scws2.harvard.edu
Mon Jul 6 13:10:51 EST 1992


In article <robison1.710427023 at husc9> robison1 at husc9.harvard.edu (Keith Robison) writes:
>tmp16 at nuscc.nus.sg (temporary account for courses) writes:
>
>>I am an undergraduate conducting some preliminary literature search on
>>protein sequences in elucidating evolutionary and phylogenetic
>>relationships. So for I have been able to only find books aimed mainly
>>at specialists. Can anyone help me in getting a footing in this area ?
>>Thank you.
>
>
>>-- 
>>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>Kenneth Ban                       
>>Dept. of Biochemistry        	    
>>Faculty of Medicine
>
>
>A good place to start would be Russell Doolittle's "Of URFs and ORFs"
>or Gunnar von Heinje's "Sequence Analysis: Treasure Trove or Trivial
>Pursuit?".  Also, the Methods in Enzymology volume on Sequence Analysis
>(183?) contains a number of good articles as well as references for
>further reading.
>
>
>Keith Robison
>Harvard University
>Program in Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
>
>robison at ribo.harvard.edu 
>


Check Li and Graur's _Fundamentals of Molecular Evolution_ as well.


Spencer Wells
Population Genetics Laboratory
Harvard University



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