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News

May 2002
Bioinformatics Research Centre launched at Glasgow

February 19th 2002
Iowa State Supertree server

November 20th 2001
RadCon 1.1.4 released.

November 14th 2001
"Taxonomy at Glasgow" site relauched as "Page Lab" web site.

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the Page lab web site! Our research interests include host-parasite cospeciation, phylogenetic inference, supertrees, genome evolution, RNA secondary structure and evolution, and louse phylogeny. Use the tabs above to browse the site.

Some recent highlights

PlaycentreatKelbourneStreet opens its doors 19 April 2004!
 

Two PhD's available on phyloinformatics and supertrees. Start date October 2003.

[These positions are now filled, 9 May 2003]

MrBayes web form (create "mrbayes" blocks online)
Daniel Huson's SplitsTree ported to Mac OS X
Modified MinCut Supertrees presentation by Rod Page given at WABI 2002.
TreeMap 2.0ß is available for Mac OS.

Page, Roderic D. M., editor Tangled Trees: Phylogeny, Cospeciation, and Coevolution

Order now! (University of Chicago Press)

Joe Thorley's supertree bibliography and links
Technical report series launched to house unpublished (or unpublishable) manuscripts.
RadCon 1.1.4 now available
   
TreeView ported to Linux/Unix. More...
   
Reconciled tree analysis of 118 vertebrate genes supports a traditional view of vertebrate phylogeny. More...
   
Mincut supertree server (experimental). More...

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Journals

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Books

Page, Roderic D. M., editor Tangled Trees: Phylogeny, Cospeciation, and Coevolution

Order now! (University of Chicago Press)

Molecular Evolution: A Phylogenetic Approach by Rod Page & Eddie Holmes Blackwell Science ISBN 0865428891

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