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Statistical Methods for Evolutionary Genomics

By: Xun Gu
Statistical Methods for Evolutionary Genomics
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This book summarises the statistical framework of evolutionary genomics and illustrates how statistical modelling and testing can enhance the understanding of functional genomic evolution.

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Preface; 1. Basics in Molecular Evolution; 2. Basics in Bioinformatics and Statistics; 3. Functional Divergence after Gene Duplication: Statistical Modeling; 4. Functional Divergence after Gene Duplication: Applications and Others; 5. Phylogenomic Expression Analysis between Duplicate Genes; 6. Expression between Duplicate Genes: Genome-Wide Analysis; 7. Tissue-Driven Hypothesis of Genomic Evolution; 8. Gene Pleiotropy and Evolution of Protein Sequence; 9. Modeling the Genomic Evolution of Gene Contents; 10. Advanced Topics in Systems Biology and Network Evolution; References; Index

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