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Motivation: Whole genome duplications have played a major role in determining the structure of eukaryotic genomes. Current evidence revealing large blocks of duplicated chromatin yields new insights into the evolutionary history of species, but also presents a major challenge for researchers attempting to utilize comparative genomics techniques. Understanding the timing of duplication events relative to divergence among taxa is critical to accurate and comprehensive cross-species comparisons.doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/bth022 pmid:14734308 fatcat:y2qeodb65fauphnq5rpxf2d3ma