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Comparison of phylogenetic trees through alignment of embedded evolutionary distances.

by Kwangbom Choi, Shawn M Gomez
BMC bioinformatics ()
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The understanding of evolutionary relationships is a fundamental aspect of modern biology, with the phylogenetic tree being a primary tool for describing these associations. However, comparison of trees for the purpose of assessing similarity and the quantification of various biological processes remains a significant challenge.

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