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Despite the remarkable advances in sequencing and computational techniques, noise in the data and complexity of the underlying biological mechanisms render deconvolution of the phylogenetic relationships between cancer mutations difficult. Besides that, the majority of the existing datasets consist of bulk sequencing data of single tumor sample of an individual. Accurate inference of the phylogenetic order of mutations is particularly challenging in these cases and the existing methods aredoi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btz355 pmid:31510674 pmcid:PMC6612880 fatcat:kgivksnfwna5tmtnznjncr3unq