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On the Inference of Large Phylogenies with Long Branches: How Long Is Too Long?

2010
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Bulletin of Mathematical Biology
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The accurate reconstruction of phylogenies from short molecular sequences is an important problem in computational biology. Recent work has highlighted deep connections between sequence-length requirements for high-probability phylogeny reconstruction and the related problem of the estimation of ancestral sequences. In Daskalakis et al. (in Probab. Theory Relat. Fields 2010), building on the work of Mossel (Trans. Am. Math. Soc. 356(6):2379-2404, 2004), a tight sequencelength requirement was

doi:10.1007/s11538-010-9584-6
pmid:20931293
fatcat:bfjxipzjnvhsxkr5zna2jvnjea