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synonymous substitution

synonymous substitution

synonymous substitution

Estimating synonymous and nonsynonymous substitution rates.

Estimating Synonymous and Nonsynonymous Substitution Rates Under Realistic Evolutionary Models

Is the Synonymous Substitution Rate in Mammals Gene-Specific?

Tempo and mode of synonymous substitutions in mitochondrial DNA of primates.

Site-to-Site Variation of Synonymous Substitution Rates

Unprecedented Heterogeneity in the Synonymous Substitution Rate within a Plant Genome

Synonymous Substitutions Substantially Improve Evolutionary Inference from Highly Diverged Proteins

Synonymous Genetic Variation in Natural Isolates of Escherichia coli Does Not Predict Where Synonymous Substitutions Occur in a Long-Term Experiment

Phylogenetic utility of elongation factor-1 alpha in noctuoidea (Insecta: Lepidoptera): the limits of synonymous substitution.

Unequal synonymous substitution rates within and between two protein-coding mitochondrial genes.

Comparison of Three Methods for Estimating Rates of Synonymous and Nonsynonymous Nucleotide Substitutions

Compositional Biases among Synonymous Substitutions Cause Conflict between Gene and Protein Trees for Plastid Origins

Parallel evolution of drug resistance in HIV: failure of nonsynonymous/synonymous substitution rate ratio to detect selection.

Rates of synonymous substitution do not indicate selective constraints on the codon use of the plant psbA gene.

Nonlinear Dynamics of Nonsynonymous (d N) and Synonymous (d S) Substitution Rates Affects Inference of Selection

Reduced splicing efficiency induced by synonymous substitutions may generate a substrate for natural selection of new splicing isoforms: the case of CFTR exon 12


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In a DNA sequence which codes for a protein, a substitution that does not result in an amino acid change in the protein.

Subjects: Ecology and Conservation.

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