Authors:
S Tavaré, B Song
Journal name: 
Bull Math Biol
Citation info: 
51(1):95-115
Abstract: 
The stochastic complexity of a data base of 365 protein-coding regions is analysed. When the primary sequence is modeled as a spatially homogeneous Markov source, the fit to observed codon preference is very poor. The situation improves substantially when a non-homogeneous model is used. Some implications for the estimation of species phylogeny and substitution rates are discussed.
DOI: 
http://doi.org/10.1007/bf02458838
Research group: 
Tavaré Group
E-pub date: 
01 Aug 1989
Users with this publication listed: 
Simon Tavaré