MitoFun Phylogeny Browser

The single phylogenetic tree constructed from unambiguously aligned portions of concatenated protein sequences of all essential mt genes (i.e., Atp6-8, Cob, Cox1-3, Nad1-6 and Nad4L) with the Bayesian method. Posterior probabilities are provided as numbers besides internal tree nodes. Species marked with a rectangle represent a mitochondrial genome already uploaded in MitoFun (color scheme: Ascomycota [A], Basidiomycota [B], Blastocladiomycota [L], Chytridiomycota [C], Cryptomycota [R], Glomeromycota [G], Monoblepharidomycota [M], Early diverging fungal lineages [E] ). When placing the mouse pointer over the species name, more information is presented. By clicking the species name, the user is re-directed to the respective Genome Browser.

The single phylogenetic tree constructed from unambiguously aligned portions of concatenated protein sequences of all essential mt genes (i.e., Atp6-8, Cob, Cox1-3, Nad1-6 and Nad4L) with the Bayesian method. Posterior probabilities are provided as numbers besides internal tree nodes. Species marked with a rectangle represent a mitochondrial genome already uploaded in MitoFun (color scheme: Ascomycota [A], Basidiomycota [B], Blastocladiomycota [L], Chytridiomycota [C], Cryptomycota [R], Glomeromycota [G], Monoblepharidomycota [M], Early diverging fungal lineages [E] ). When placing the mouse pointer over the species name, more information is presented. By clicking the species name, the user is re-directed to the respective Genome Browser.

Contact:
The MitoFun Team welcomes suggestions, comments and submission of novel fungal mt genomes. Please feel free to contact any of the MitoFun Team Members.

Acknowledgements:
MitoFun is a collaborative project between the Department of Genetics and Biotechnology (Faculty of Biology, University of Athens) and the Bioinformatics Research Laboratory (Department of Biological Sciences, University of Cyprus).
This project was partially funded by the University of Athens (Kapodistrias grant no. 70/4/8804) and the University of Cyprus (Grant 3/311).
The MitoFun development team: Ioannis Kirmitzoglou, Maria Ntertili, Stella Tamana, Ioanna Kalvari, Michalis Vasiliadis, Vassili N. Kouvelis, Vasilis J. Promponas, and Milton A. Typas
© 2006-2013 Bioinformatics Research Laboratory, University of Cyprus
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