Recombination detection program

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The Recombination detection program (RDP) is a computer program used to analyse nucleotide sequence data and identify evidence of genetic recombination. Besides applying a large number of different recombination detection methods it also implements various phylogenetic tree construction methods and recombination hotspot tests. The latest version in RDP4.[1]

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  1. ^ Martin, Darren P; Murrell, Ben; Golden, Michael; Khoosal, Arjun; Muhire, Brejnev (2015). "RDP4: Detection and analysis of recombination patterns in virus genomes". Virus Evolution. 1. doi:10.1093/ve/vev003.

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