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February 19th, 2015. A new method, BUSTED, a new approach to identifying gene-wide evidence of episodic positive selection where the non-synonymous substitution rate is transiently greater than the synonymous rate, is available for use here.
February 9th, 2015. A new tool, a Newick Tree Viewer, is available to view, manipulate, and annotate Newick formatted trees from within your browser.
December 23rd, 2014. A new method, RELAX, a general hypothesis testing framework for detecting relaxed selection in a codon-based phylogenetic framework, is available for use here.
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