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Learn about evolution through Phylogenetics, the study of evolutionary relationships among groups of organisms.

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Phylogenetics - Back to basics
Phylogenetics - Back to Basics - Introduction
Phylogenetics - Back to Basics - Terminology
Phylogenetics - Back to Basics - Multiple Sequence Alignment
Phylogenetics - Back to Basics - Building Trees
Phylogenetics - Back to Basics - Estimating trees from alignments
Phylogenetics - Back to Basics - Phylogenetic Networks


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Identifying tuberculosis transmission links: from SNPs to transmission clusters
Tree thinking for tuberculosis evolution and epidemiology

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