Following polyploidy events, genomes undergo massive reduction in gene content through a process known as fractionation. Importantly, the fractionation process is not always random, and a bias as to which homeologous chromosome retains or loses more genes can be observed in some…
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FractBias

A fractionation bias analysis tool for investigating whole genome duplication…

A fractionation bias analysis tool for investigating whole genome duplication gene loss. FractBias calculates the syntenic genes retained on every query chromosome for each target chromosome, and…

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