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Nowadays, most of the manual annotation in biology is done on gene sequences or protein patterns but relatively little is done for gene families at large. However, a proper catalogue of homeomorphic gene families, genes that evolved from a common ancestor and sharing full-length sequence similarity and common domain architecture, would be a valuable resource for evolution studies and orthologs inference. GreenPhylDB v2.0a contains groups of protein-coding gene sequences automatically clustereddoi:10.1038/npre.2009.3136.1 fatcat:5gmt6mvemvgbpmisarpvhvia3m