In Print: Bioinformatics Tool-Related Papers of Note, November 2003 | GenomeWeb

Bray N, et al. MAVID: Constrained ancestral alignment of multiple sequences. [arXiv pre-print archive (]: Describes a global multiple alignment program that incorporates maximum-likelihood inference of ancestral sequences; automatic guide-tree construction; protein-based anchoring of ab initio gene predictions; and constraints derived from a global homology map of the sequences.

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