[Bioperl-l] function for duplication events?
cjfields at illinois.edu
Fri Feb 20 00:28:03 EST 2009
There is also clustering using various algorithms such as MCL. I have
used it for a project here, and Jason has directly donated code to the
cause. See here:
Note this requires an all-v-all BLASTP run prior to the clustering.
On Feb 19, 2009, at 10:56 PM, Mark A. Jensen wrote:
> I believe the positive identification of duplicated genes is tricky-
> The question is, do you a have a list of known paralogous gene pairs,
> or do you need to sift the sequence for likely candidates. I think
> it should be "relatively straightforward" (haha!) to look down trees
> for the most recent common ancestor of known pairs, and use that node
> as an approximation for the duplication event.
> If you don't know what genes you have are duplicates of each other,
> then you might have a look at the algorithm in http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12836682
> by Wen-Hsiung Li, Zhenglong Gu, et al. This paper is relatively
> old (2003)--it's not my specialty; I'm sure many developments have
> ensued since. Gu has done nice computational work in this area and
> you might want to track him down. (If you want this paper and can't
> access it, contact me off-list.)
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>> I was wondering if there is a method in order to visualize a tree
>> by parsing
>> a nexus format and also, I would like to identify the duplication
>> Are there any functions that will give me the duplication events?
>> thanks a lot,
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