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Analytical biochemistry, ISSN 0003-2697, 03/2020, Volume 593, pp. 113516 - 113516
Alu elements are powerful phylogenetic markers. The combination of a recently-developed computational pipeline, polyDetect, with high copy number Alu... 
polyDetect | Phylogeny | Alu | NWM | Cebidae | Computational | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology | Physical Sciences | Chemistry | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Biochemical Research Methods | Chemistry, Analytical | Science & Technology | Index Medicus
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