An approach for estimating haplotype diversity from sequences with unequal lengths

Ping Fan, Jon Fjeldså, Xuan Liu, Yafei Dong, Yongbin Chang, Yanhua Qu, Gang Song & Fumin Lei
1. Genetic diversity is an essential component of biodiversity. Developing robust quantification methods is critically important in depicting the genetic diversity underlying the geographical distributions of species, especially for the sequence data with unequal lengths. 2. Traditional calculation of genetic diversity depends on sequences of equal length. However, many homologous sequences downloaded from online repositories vary in length, posing a significant challenge to quantify the genetic diversity, especially haplotype diversity. We developed a new approach...
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