Phylogeny.fr

Montpellier - France

Robust Phylogenetic Analysis For The Non-Specialist. Phylogeny.fr is a free, simple to use web service dedicated to reconstructing and analysing phylogenetic relationships between molecular sequences. Phylogeny.fr runs and connects various bioinformatics programs to reconstruct a robust phylogenetic tree from a set of sequences.

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