The "Vertical and Horizontal Inheritance Consistence Analysis" method is described in the following publication: "VHICA: a new method to discriminate between vertical and horizontal transposon transfer: application to the mariner family within Drosophila" by G. Wallau. et al. (2016) <DOI:10.1093/molbev/msv341>. The purpose of the method is to detect horizontal transfers of transposable elements, by contrasting the divergence of transposable element sequences with that of regular genes.
|Author||Arnaud Le Rouzic|
|Date of publication||2016-04-05 10:22:33|
|Maintainer||Arnaud Le Rouzic <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
CUB: Computes the Codon Usage Bias of DNA sequences
div: Computation of the synonymous divergence between sequences
image.vhica: Consistency matrix for a transposable element in the VHICA...
plot.vhica: Plots a VHICA regression between two species.
read.vhica: Reads divergence and codon usage data files for the VHICA...
vhica-package: Vertical and Horizontal Inheritance Consistence Analysis
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