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Current Challenges and Problems in Phylogenetics

3 September to 7 September 2007

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK

Sponsored by: European Molecular Biology Organisation

Principal Organiser: Professor Vincent Moulton (University of East Anglia)

Organisers: Dr Brent Emerson (University of East Anglia ), Professor Daniel Huson (Tuebingen University ) and Professor Mike Steel (University of Canterbury)

in association with the Newton Institute programme Phylogenetics (3 September to 21 December 2007)

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Accepted Posters:

Name Title Abstract Poster
Arenas, M Coalescent simulations with complex models Abstract
Camargo, R Aggregating homologous protein families in evolutionary reconstruction of herpesvirus Abstract
Chor, B Genetic code symmetry and efficient design of GC-constrained coding sequences Abstract
Gnaneshan, S Analysis of synonymous codon usage in the Hepatitis B virus genotypes Abstract
Kloepper, T Calculation and visualization of explicit phylogenetic networks within SplitsTree4 Abstract
Lott, M Reconstructing the evolutionary history of polyploid species Abstract
Loza Reyes, E A Bayesian phylogenetic mixture model accounting for rate variation along an alignment of DNA sequences Abstract
Lundin, D Evaluating the robustness of interior splits beyond bootstrap values Abstract
Nguyen Thanh, B Computing phylogenetic diversity for split systems Abstract
Nye, T A novel distance-based method for constructing phylogenetic trees Abstract
Purayidath Kandy, S A preliminary study of the molecular systematics and phylogeny of the genus Leucas R.Br (Lamiaceae: Lamiodeae) using nrlTS and plastid trnL-F DNA sequences Abstract
Rodriguez-Roche, R Dengue virus type 3 in Cuba: Evlution from a small outbreak in 2000 to a major epidemic in 2001 Abstract
Rupp, R Dendroscope - an interactive viewer for large phylogenetic trees Abstract
Ryan, RE The sacramento mountain checkerspot butterfly (Euphydryas anicia cloudcrofti); A new species of Euphydryas (Nymphalidae: Tribe Melitaeini)? Abstract
Wu, Q Phylogenetic networks from partial trees Abstract

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