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How to build S16 rRNAs phylogenetic trees?
Here is what I know so far: Multiple copies are present in prokaryotes, but according to a paper by Lukjancenko el al. it is enough to select the most similar ones. There are stem regions in the ...
Sep 20 '12 at 6:36
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