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|Authors:||Telles, Guilherme P.|
Araújo, Graziela S.
Walter, Maria Emília Machado Telles
Brígido, Marcelo de Macedo
Almeida Júnior, Nalvo Franco de
|Citation:||Telles, Guilherme P. et al. Live neighbor-joining. BMC Bioinformatics, v. 19, n. 172, 2018. Disponível em: <https://bmcbioinformatics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12859-018-2162-x>. Acesso em: 26 jun. 2018. doi: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12859-018-2162-x.|
|Abstract:||Background: In phylogenetic reconstruction the result is a tree where all taxa are leaves and internal nodes are hypothetical ancestors. In a live phylogeny, both ancestral and living taxa may coexist, leading to a tree where internal nodes may be living taxa. The well-known Neighbor-Joining heuristic is largely used for phylogenetic reconstruction. Results: We present Live Neighbor-Joining, a heuristic for building a live phylogeny. We have investigated Live Neighbor-Joining on datasets of viral genomes, a plausible scenario for its application, which allowed the construction of alternative hypothesis for the relationships among virus that embrace both ancestral and descending taxa. We also applied Live Neighbor-Joining on a set of bacterial genomes and to sets of images and texts. Non-biological data may be better explored visually when their relationship in terms of content similarity is represented by means of a phylogeny. Conclusion: Our experiments have shown interesting alternative phylogenetic hypothesis for RNA virus genomes, bacterial genomes and alternative relationships among images and texts, illustrating a wide range of scenarios where Live Neighbor-Joining may be used.|
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