Data from: Accelerated evolutionary rate of housekeeping genes in tunicates

Georgia Tsagkogeorga, Xavier Turon, Nicolas Galtier, Emmanuel J. P. Douzery & Frédéric Delsuc
Phylogenomics has recently revealed that tunicates represent the sister-group of vertebrates in the newly defined clade Olfactores. However, phylogenomic and comparative genomic studies have also suggested that tunicates are characterized by an elevated rate of molecular evolution and a high degree of genomic divergence. Despite the recurrent interest in the group, the picture of tunicate peculiar evolutionary dynamics is still fragmentary, as it mainly lies in studies focusing on only a few model species. In...
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