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Horizontal Gene Transfer Detection

HGT-Detection infers a scenario of horizontal gene transfers for the given
pair of species and gene trees.

Paste your species tree in the Newick format:
Species tree file Pasted

Paste your gene tree in the Newick format:

Gene tree file Pasted

        
Data sets : Matte-Taillez et al. (2002, gene rpl12e, 14 species),
Delwiche and Palmer (1996, gene rbcL, 40 species),
Woese et al. (2000, gene pheRS, 32 species)
Woese et al. (2000, gene pheRS, 32 species + 100 replicated trees for bootstrap)


Notification
Email address (required field with bootstrap option; the results will be also sent to you by email)

HGT-Detection options
Compute HGT bootstrap
(paste the gene tree replicates after the gene tree)
Select the root of the species tree
(if the root is not specified in the Newick string and the checkbox is not checked, the tree will be rooted by midpoint)
Select the root of the gene tree
(if the root is not specified in the Newick string and the checkbox is not checked, the tree will be rooted by midpoint)
HGT detection mode
Optimization criterion

Windows version of HGT-Detection
UNIX/Linux version of HGT-Detection

Citation
Boc, A., Philippe, H. and Makarenkov, V. (2010), Inferring and validating horizontal gene transfer events using bipartition dissimilarity, Systematic Biology, 59: 195-211




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Boc, A., Diallo, Alpha B. and Makarenkov, V. (2012), T-REX: a web server for inferring, validating and visualizing phylogenetic trees and networks, Nucleic Acids Research, 40(W1), W573-W579.

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