Computable Genomix
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University of Tennessee Research Foundation (UTRF) General Text Parser (GTP) notice:

Portions of our product use General Text Parser authored by Michael Berry, Stefan Howard, Haibin Tang, Justin Giles, Kevin Heinrich, and Kim Buckner. Copyright 2002 The University of Tennessee Research Foundation. All rights reserved.



University of Tennessee Research Foundation (UTRF) Semantic Gene Organizer (SGO) notice:

Portions of our product use Semantic Gene Organizer authored by Michael Berry, Ramin Homayouni, Lai Wei, and Kevin Heinrich, Copyright 2004 The University of Tennessee Research Foundation. All rights reserved.



Portions of the tree-building software use the FastME algorithm (used with permission):

Fast and accurate phylogeny reconstruction algorithms based on the minimum-evolution principle. Desper R., Gascuel O. 2002. Journal of Computational Biology. 9(5):687-705.

The tree viewing module was derived from PhyloWidget (phylowidget.org):

PhyloWidget: web-based visualization for the tree of life. Jordan G.E., Piel W.H. 2008. Bioinformatics. 24:1641-1642.