A software for the gene order alignment problem (alignment of orthologs), accounting for most genome-wide evolutionary events such as duplications, losses, rearrangements and substitutions. Described in ``Evolution of tRNA Repertoires in Bacillus with OrthoAlign'', by O. Tremblay-Savard, B. Benzaid, F.B. Lang and N. El-Mabrouk, submitted to Molecular Biology and Evolution.
Software described in: A Flexible Ancestral Genome Reconstruction Method based on Gapped Adjacencies
Y. Gagnon, M. Blanchette and N. El-Mabrouk, submitted to RECOMB-CG, 2012.
The WEB interface for the software described in: Inferring the Evolutionary History of Gene Clusters from Phylogenetic and Gene Order Data.
M. Lajoie, D. Bertrand and N. El-Mabrouk., Molecular Biology and Evolution, doi: 10.1093/molbev/msp271, 2009.