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Phylotranscriptomic Analysis Based on Coalescence was Less Influenced by the Evolving Rates and the Number of Genes: A Case Study in Ericales
Lu Zhang, Wei Wu, Hai-Fei Yan and Xue-Jun Ge
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:Suppl. 1 81-91
Original Research | Published on 18 Jan 2016

Gene Tree Affects Inference of Sites Under Selection by the Branch-Site Test of Positive Selection
Yoan Diekmann and José B. Pereira-Leal
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:Suppl. 2 11-17
Original Research | Published on 18 Jan 2016

Structural Diversity of a Novel LTR Retrotransposon, RTPOSON, in the Genus Oryza
Yu-Chia Hsu, Chang-Sheng Wang, Yann-Rong Lin and Yong-Pei Wu
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2016:12 29-40
Original Research | Published on 18 Jan 2016

A Polyglot Approach to Bioinformatics Data Integration: A Phylogenetic Analysis of HIV-1
Steven Reisman, Thomas Hatzopoulos, Konstantin Läufer, George K. Thiruvathukal, and Catherine Putonti
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2016:12 23-27
Original Research | Published on 18 Jan 2016

Introductory Editorial: RNA: An Expanding View of Function and Evolution
Xinwei Han, Yuan Chen, Liuyang Wang, Wenwen Fang, Ning Zhang, Qiyun Zhu
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:Suppl. 1 77-79
Editorial | Published on 14 Jan 2016

Genome-Wide Analysis of NBS-LRR Genes in Sorghum Genome Revealed Several Events Contributing to NBS-LRR Gene Evolution in Grass Species
Xiping Yang and Jianping Wang
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2016:12 9-21
Original Research | Published on 14 Jan 2016

pATsi: Paralogs and Singleton Genes from Arabidopsis thaliana
Luca Ambrosino, Hamed Bostan, Pasquale di Salle, Mara Sangiovanni, Alessandra Vigilante, and Maria L. Chiusano
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2016:12 1-7
Software or Database Review | Published on 11 Jan 2016

Why do Sequence Signatures Predict Enzyme Mechanism? Homology versus Chemistry
Kirsten E. Beattie, Luna De Ferrari and John B. O. Mitchell
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 267-274
Original Research | Published on 29 Dec 2015

Phylogeny Inference of Closely Related Bacterial Genomes: Combining the Features of Both Overlapping Genes and Collinear Genomic Regions
Yan-Cong Zhang and Kui Lin
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:Suppl. 2 1-9
Original Research | Published on 17 Dec 2015

Discovering All Transcriptome Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms and Scanning for Selection Signatures in Ducks (Anas platyrhynchos)
Ruiyi Lin, Xiaoyong Du, Sixue Peng, Liubin Yang, Yunlong Ma, Yanzhang Gong and Shijun Li
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:Suppl. 1 67-76
Original Research | Published on 01 Dec 2015

SUMAC: Constructing Phylogenetic Supermatrices and Assessing Partially Decisive Taxon Coverage
William A. Freyman
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 263-266
Technical Advance | Published on 30 Nov 2015

Segmenting the Human Genome into Isochores
Paolo Cozzi, Luciano Milanesi and Giorgio Bernardi
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 253-261
Methodology | Published on 25 Nov 2015

Using Disease-Associated Coding Sequence Variation to Investigate Functional Compensation by Human Paralogous Proteins
Sayaka Miura, Stephanie Tate and Sudhir Kumar
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 245-251
Original Research | Published on 02 Nov 2015

Screening of Transcription Factors Involved in Fetal Hemoglobin Regulation Using Phylogenetic Footprinting
Gisele Cristine de Souza Carrocini, Larissa Paola Rodrigues Venancio and Claudia Regina Bonini-Domingos
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 239-244
Original Research | Published on 27 Oct 2015

In Silico Gene Regulatory Network of the Maurer’s Cleft Pathway in Plasmodium falciparum
Itunuoluwa Isewon, Jelili Oyelade, Benedikt Brors and Ezekiel Adebiyi
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 231-238
Original Research | Published on 22 Oct 2015

Soft Computing Methods for Disulfide Connectivity Prediction
Alfonso E. Márquez-Chamorro and Jesús S. Aguilar-Ruiz
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 223-229
Review | Published on 20 Oct 2015

Phylogenetic Trees and Networks Reduce to Phylogenies on Binary States: Does It Furnish an Explanation to the Robustness of Phylogenetic Trees against Lateral Transfers?
Marc Thuillard and Didier Fraix-Burnet
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 213-221
Original Research | Published on 13 Oct 2015

Genomics and Evolution in Traditional Medicinal Plants: Road to a Healthier Life
Da-Cheng Hao and Pei-Gen Xiao
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 197-212
Review | Published on 04 Oct 2015

Expression Divergence of Duplicate Genes in the Protein Kinase Superfamily in Pacific Oyster
Dahai Gao, Dennis C. Ko, Xinmin Tian, Guang Yang and Liuyang Wang
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:Suppl. 1 57-65
Review | Published on 13 Sep 2015

In Silico Characterization of Functional Divergence of Two Cathelicidin Variants in Indian Sheep
Kamaljeet K. Dhaliwal, Jaspreet S. Arora, Chandra S. Mukhopadhyay and Prem P. Dubey
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 189-196
Published on 01 Sep 2015

How Many Genes are Needed to Resolve Phylogenetic Incongruence?
Bin Ai and Ming Kang
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 185-188
Rapid Communication | Published on 10 Aug 2015

Genome-wide Identification of WRKY Genes in the Desert Poplar Populus euphratica and Adaptive Evolution of the Genes in Response to Salt Stress
Jianchao Ma, Jing Lu, Jianmei Xu, Bingbing Duan, Xiaodong He and Jianquan Liu
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:Suppl. 1 47-55
Review | Published on 05 Aug 2015

A Visualization Tool for Calculating the Genetic Substitution Patterns Between Two Different Groups
Insung Ahn, Jin-Hwa Jang, Ha-Yeon Kim, Ji-Hae Lee, and Hyeon Seok Son
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 179-183
Original Research | Published on 27 Jul 2015

Using Nonlinear Stochastic Evolutionary Game Strategy to Model an Evolutionary Biological Network of Organ Carcinogenesis Under a Natural Selection Scheme
Bor-Sen Chen, Kun-Wei Tsai and Cheng-Wei Li
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 155-178
Original Research | Published on 19 Jul 2015

Effective Population Size and Signatures of Selection Using Bovine 50K SNP Chips in Korean Native Cattle (Hanwoo)
Yi Li and Jong-Joo Kim
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 143-153
Original Research | Published on 08 Jul 2015

The Origin of Land Plants: A Phylogenomic Perspective
Bojian Zhong, Linhua Sun and David Penny
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 137-141
Consise Review | Published on 08 Jul 2015

De Novo Transcriptome Assembly and Development of Novel Microsatellite Markers for the Traditional Chinese Medicinal Herb, Veratrilla baillonii Franch (Gentianaceae)
Lei Wang, Zhengkun Wang, Jianbing Chen, Chunyan Liu, Wanlong Zhu, Liuyang Wang and Lihua Meng
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:Suppl. 1 39-45
Original Research | Published on 08 Jul 2015

MSL: A Measure to Evaluate Three-dimensional Patterns in Gene Expression Data
David Gutiérrez-Avilés and Cristina Rubio-Escudero
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 121-135
Original Research | Published on 23 Jun 2015

RNA-seq Reveals Complicated Transcriptomic Responses to Drought Stress in a Nonmodel Tropic Plant, Bombax ceiba L.
Zhili Zhou, Huancheng Ma, Kevin Lin, Youjie Zhao, Yuan Chen, Zhi Xiong, Liuyang Wang and Bin Tian
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:Suppl. 1 27-37
Original Research | Published on 23 Jun 2015

MITOSCISSOR: A Useful Tool for Auto-Assembly of Mitogenomic Datasets in the Evolutionary Analysis of Fishes
Zheng Sun, Yuanzhi Cheng and Junbin Zhang
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 115-120
Technical Advance | Published on 14 Jun 2015

Molecular Evolutionary Analysis of β-Defensin Peptides in Vertebrates
Jianbo Tu, Diyan Li, Qingqing Li, Long Zhang, Qing Zhu, Uma Gaur, Xiaolan Fan, Huailiang Xu, Yongfang Yao, Xiaoling Zhao and Mingyao Yang
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 105-114
Original Research | Published on 01 Jun 2015

TRUFA: A User-Friendly Web Server for de novo RNA-seq Analysis Using Cluster Computing
Etienne Kornobis, Luis Cabellos, Fernando Aguilar, Cristina Frías-López, Julio Rozas, Jesús Marco and Rafael Zardoya
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 97-104
Technical Advance | Published on 24 May 2015

Roles of Solvent Accessibility and Gene Expression in Modeling Protein Sequence Evolution
Kuangyu Wang, Shuhui Yu, Xiang Ji, Clemens Lakner, Alexander Griffing and Jeffrey L. Thorne
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 85-96
Original Research | Published on 29 Apr 2015

BIR Pipeline for Preparation of Phylogenomic Data
Surendra Kumar, Anders K. Krabberød, Ralf S. Neumann, Katerina Michalickova, Sen Zhao, Xiaoli Zhang and Kamran Shalchian-Tabrizi
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 79-83
Methodology | Published on 27 Apr 2015

CNL Disease Resistance Genes in Soybean and Their Evolutionary Divergence
Madhav P. Nepal and Benjamin V. Benson
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 49-63
Original Research | Published on 07 Apr 2015

Synonymous Codon Usage Bias in the Plastid Genome is Unrelated to Gene Structure and Shows Evolutionary Heterogeneity
Yueying Qi, Wenjing Xu, Tian Xing, Mingming Zhao, Nana Li, Li Yan, Guangmin Xia and Mengcheng Wang
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 65-77
Original Research | Published on 07 Apr 2015

A RESTful API for Access to Phylogenetic Tools via the CIPRES Science Gateway
Mark A. Miller, Terri Schwartz, Brett E. Pickett, Sherry He, Edward B. Klem, Richard H. Scheuermann, Maria Passarotti, Seth Kaufman and Maureen A. O’Leary
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 43-48
Software or database review | Published on 16 Mar 2015

IVisTMSA: Interactive Visual Tools for Multiple Sequence Alignments
Muhammad Tariq Pervez, Masroor Ellahi Babar, Asif Nadeem, Naeem Aslam, Nasir Naveed, Sarfraz Ahmad, Shah Muhammad, Salman Qadri, Muhammad Shahid, Tanveer Hussain and Maryam Javed
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 35-42
Software or database review | Published on 12 Mar 2015

Extensive Genomic Variability of Knops Blood Group Polymorphisms Is Associated with Sickle Cell Disease in Africa
Kimberley C. Duru, Jenelle A. Noble, Aldiouma Guindo, Li Yi, Ikhide G. Imumorin, Dapa A. Diallo and Bolaji N. Thomas
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 25-33
Original Research | Published on 09 Mar 2015

Apparent microRNA-Target-specific Histone Modification in Mammalian Spermatogenesis
Y-H Taguchi
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:Suppl. 1 13-26
Original Research | Published on 24 Feb 2015

A Novel Approach to Identify Candidate Prognostic Factors for Hepatitis C Treatment Response Integrating Clinical and Viral Genetic Data
Alicia Amadoz and Fernando González-Candelas
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 15-24
Methodology | Published on 23 Feb 2015

windex: Analyzing Convergent Evolution Using the Wheatsheaf Index in R
Kevin Arbuckle and Amanda Minter
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 11-14
Short Report | Published on 12 Feb 2015

Classification of Metagenomics Data at Lower Taxonomic Level Using a Robust Supervised Classifier
Tao Hou, Fu Liu, Yun Liu, Qing Yu Zou, Xiao Zhang and Ke Wang
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 3-10
Methodology | Published on 26 Jan 2015

Correction to: “In Silico Detection of Virulence Gene Homologues in the Human Pathogen Sphingomonas Spp.”
Amr TM Saeb, Satish Kumar David and Hissa Al-Brahim
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:11 1-1
Corrigendum | Published on 14 Jan 2015

Genome-Wide Characterization of miRNAs Involved in N Gene-Mediated Immunity in Response to Tobacco Mosaic Virus in Nicotiana benthamiana
Kangquan Yin, Yang Tang and Jinping Zhao
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2015:Suppl. 1 1-11
Original Research | Published on 07 Jan 2015

Computational Analysis Reveals a Successive Adaptation of Multiple Inositol Polyphosphate Phosphatase 1 in Higher Organisms Through Evolution
Surya P. Kilaparty, Awantika Singh, William H. Baltosser and Nawab Ali
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2014:10 239-250
Original Research | Published on 22 Dec 2014

In Silico Detection of Virulence Gene Homologues in the Human Pathogen Sphingomonas Spp.
Amr T. M. Saeb, Satish Kumar David and Hissa Al-Brahim
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2014:10 229-238
Original Research | Published on 11 Dec 2014

Functional Implications of RNA Splicing for Human Long Intergenic Noncoding RNAs
Feng-Chi Chen, Chia-Lin Pan and Hsuan-Yu Lin
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2014:10 219-228
Original Research | Published on 10 Dec 2014

Evaluating the Accuracy and Efficiency of Multiple Sequence Alignment Methods
Muhammad Tariq Pervez, Masroor Ellahi Babar, Asif Nadeem, Muhammad Aslam, Ali Raza Awan, Naeem Aslam, Tanveer Hussain, Nasir Naveed, Salman Qadri, Usman Waheed and Muhammad Shoaib
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2014:10 205-217
Original Research | Published on 07 Dec 2014

SWAMP: Sliding Window Alignment Masker for PAML
Peter W. Harrison, Gregory E. Jordan and Stephen H. Montgomery
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2014:10 197-204
Technical Advance | Published on 01 Dec 2014

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