Genomic Convergence Pipeline
The Genomic Convergence Pipeline is software being developed by the Rossiter Group to analyze genome-scale genetic data to look for signals of molecular convergence. The pipeline API consists of Java wrapper and utility classes, JNI-C objects and third-party software. A public release is under preparation: in the meantime please e-mail Joe Parker (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details.
Fire-ant genome BLAST
A BLAST resource for the genome of the fire-ant Solenopsis invicta is maintained by Yannick Wurm. See here.
Dwarf birch genome
A draft of the dwarf birch genome Betula nana are available through Richard Buggs. E-mail him for details.
Supplementary information and reprints
Additional information and PDF reprints from group members’ publications:
Joe Parker, Georgia Tsagkogeorga, James A. Cotton, Elia Stupka & Stephen J. Rossiter, 2012. Signatures of genome-wide convergent molecular evolution: initial results. Poster presented at SMBE 2012, Dublin, June 23-26 2012. [Supp. information]