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Synopsis: An open access, peer reviewed electronic journal that covers computational evolutionary biology and evolutionary bioinformatics.
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August 30, 2012
These articles were published during the month of August 2012: Analytical Chemistry InsightsIdentification and Quantif...
These articles were published in the week of 27 - 31 August 2012:Biochemistry InsightsChemo-Enzymatic Synthesis of Est...
August 29, 2012
Cloud computing services have emerged as a cost-effective alternative for cluster systems as the number of genomes and required computation power to analyze them increased in recent years. Here we introduce the Microsoft Azure platform with detailed ...
August 21, 2012
Announcing our new Pinterest board! Our Pinterest service is now in beta and gaining followers fast.We invite you to visit us on Pinterest and see the latest beautiful images and our weekly update of articles published. V...
August 20, 2012
Libertas is pleased to announce that the number of article views on the Libertas website has now exceeded 8 million.This milestone represents a significant achievement because articles have only been available online since 2005, although th...
Preparing and resubmitting a revised manuscript is a demanding, time consuming task.We've produced a short video to explain how to prepare and resubmit a revised manuscript. A brief overview of the most important points of prepari...
August 16, 2012
Enhanced visibility is one of the prime advantages to authors of publishing in an open access journal like Evolutionary Bioinformatics.One of the ways we measure an article's visibility is the number of views and downloads it receives.&...
August 14, 2012
We're pleased to announce the availability of our new video abstract service for all authors.Produce your own short video and make your article more visible. Libertas provides full instructions on how to create your video, includi...
Libertas is pleased to announce that Evolutionary Bioinformatics has now been added to Gale's Academic OneFile database.GALE operates more than 600 databases, including the popular InfoTrac and General Reference series. The Michigan bas...
August 13, 2012
Every paper published in Libertas journals is peer reviewed by two highly qualified peer reviewers. After each peer review is completed we ask the reviewers for their feedback on our peer review process. This helps us to ensure that we...
August 9, 2012
These articles were published in the week of 6 - 10 August 2012:Analytical Chemistry InsightsIdentification and Quanti...
Every author who publishes in a Libertas journal will receive on-going reports on article visibility for every article they publish.Email notifications are sent at monthly intervals and contain a short plain text notification of the total n...
August 7, 2012
We offer a selection of ways to follow our journals. We invite readers to choose the channels that best suit their needs, while authors can be certain that their papers will be widely announced when published.
August 6, 2012
New Article: Meta-Analysis of General Bacterial Subclades in Whole-Genome Phylogenies Using Tree Topology Profiling
In the last two decades, a large number of whole-genome phylogenies have been inferred to reconstruct the Tree of Life (ToL). Underlying data models range from gene or functionality content in species to phylogenetic gene family trees and multiple se...
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Libertas provides among the highest quality publishing experiences available for authors.Prior to acceptance all papers are subject to peer review and editorial decisions made by leading experts in their fields. Many authors acknowled...
August 5, 2012
New Article: Efficiency of Nuclear and Mitochondrial Markers Recovering and Supporting Known Amniote Groups
We have analysed the efficiency of all mitochondrial protein coding genes and six nuclear markers (Adora3, Adrb2, Bdnf, Irbp, Rag2 and Vwf) in reconstructing and statistically supporting known amniote groups (murines, rodents, primates, eutherians, m...
When a phylogenetic reconstruction does not result in one tree but in several, tree metrics permit finding out how far the reconstructed trees are from one another. They also permit to assess the accuracy of a reconstruction if a true tree is known. ...
The assumption of basic properties, like self-regulation, in simple transcriptional regulatory networks can be exploited to infer regulatory motifs from the growing amounts of genomic and meta-genomic data. These motifs can in principle be used to el...
The Genealogical World of Phylogenetic Networks
BMC Evolutionary Biology