testing if seqs. are in same phylo. tree?
junkim at peaplant.biology.yale.edu
Wed Nov 15 19:03:08 EST 1995
are you also involved in those G-protein sequences?
Anyway, you might want to look into the literature on sequence match
distributions. An excellent book is Waterman's new "Intro to
computational Biology". There is considerable literature (which I do not
have at hand) on using the Gibb's sampling distribution. I've
tentatively thought that the distribution could be modified under the
assumption of random trees; however, I would imagine that this has
already been done..
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