GeneTree is a program for comparing gene and species trees usingreconciled trees. The program can compute the cost of embedding a gene tree withina species tree, visually display the location and number of gene duplications andlosses, and search for optimal species trees.

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  1. Hellmuth, Marc; Huber, Katharina T.; Moulton, Vincent: Reconciling event-labeled gene trees with MUL-trees and species networks (2019)
  2. Bayzid, Md. Shamsuzzoha; Warnow, Tandy: Gene tree parsimony for incomplete gene trees (2017)
  3. Beretta, Stefano; Dondi, Riccardo: Correcting gene trees by leaf insertions: complexity and approximation (2016)
  4. Beretta, Stefano; Castelli, Mauro; Dondi, Riccardo: Correcting gene tree by removal and modification: tractability and approximability (2015)
  5. Blin, Guillaume; Bonizzoni, Paola; Dondi, Riccardo; Rizzi, Romeo; Sikora, Florian: Complexity insights of the minimum duplication problem (2014)
  6. Liu, Liang; Yu, Lili; Pearl, Dennis K.: Maximum tree: a consistent estimator of the species tree (2010)
  7. Wehe, André; Chang, Wen-Chieh; Eulenstein, Oliver; Aluru, Srinivas: A scalable parallelization of the gene duplication problem (2010)
  8. Durand, Dannie; Halldórsson, Bjarni V.; Vernot, Benjamin: A hybrid micro-macroevolutionary approach to gene tree reconstruction (2005)
  9. El-Mabrouk, Nadia: Reconstructing an ancestral genome using minimum segments duplications and reversals. (2002)
  10. Beerli, Peter; Felsenstein, Joseph: Maximum likelihood estimation of a migration matrix and effective population sizes in (n) subpopulations by using a coalescent approach (2001)
  11. Bahlo, M.; Griffiths, R. C.: Inference from gene trees in a subdivided population (2000)
  12. Ma, Bin; Li, Ming; Zhang, Louxin: From gene trees to species trees (2000)
  13. Page, Roderic D. M.; Cotton, James A.: Genetree: a tool for exploring gene family evolution (2000)