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Old 6th March 2017, 06:51 AM
Slithy Tove Slithy Tove is offline
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Phylotree question

Hi all,

Phylotree has, on occasion, a branch with a mutation listed but no subclade reference for the node.

See the attachment for an example.

In this case is phylo saying that T152C! is a back mutation present in subclades U5a1a1a, U5a1a1b, and U5a1a1h but not in U5a1a1c?

Or is it something different?

regards
Gavan
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