Data from: Mammalian evolution: timing and implications from using the LogDeterminant transform for proteins of differing amino acid composition

Peter J. Waddell, Michael D. Hendy, David Penny & Masami Hasegawa
We explore the tree of mammalian mtDNA sequences, using particularly the LogDet transform on amino acid sequences, the distance Hadamard transform, and the Closest Tree selection criterion. The amino acid composition of different species show significant differences, even within mammals. After compensating for these differences, nearest-neighbor bootstrap results suggest that the tree is locally stable, though a few groups show slightly greater rearrangements when a large proportion of the constant sites are removed. Many parts...
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