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Table of Contents

  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Chapter 1 What is comparative genomics?
    • Genomic comparison between Helicobacter pylori and its relatives
      • Problems and hypotheses
      • Testing the hypotheses by comparative genomics
    • Genomic comparison between HIV-1 and HTLV-1
    • Genomic comparison among Mycoplasma species
    • Genomic comparison to characterize changes in tRNA and codon-anticodon adaptation
      • The Met codon family
      • UGA codon, CGN codon for Arg and the expanded wobble hypothesis
    • Genomic strand asymmetry and genome replication
  • Chapter 2 Comparative Genomics and the Comparative Methods
    • The comparative method for continuous characters
    • The comparative methods for discrete characters
      • Studying variables individually – detecting genes that tend to be laterally transferred
      • Studying association between variables
    • Multiple comparisons and the method of false discovery rate
    • Postscript
  • Chapter 3 Comparative viral genomics: detecting recombination
    • Is a particular genome a recombinant of N other genomes?
    • General methods based on the compatibility matrix
  • References
  • Index

from: Xia, X., 2013. Comparative Genomics, Springer)

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