BioMed Research International / 2016 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Identification and Evolutionary Analysis of Potential Candidate Genes in a Human Eating Disorder

Figure 1

A phylogenetic tree was constructed by maximum likelihood and Nearest-Neighbor Interchange (NNI) with 500-bootstrap replication. The numbers at the nodes are indications of bootstrap reliability, showing percentages of times the node was replicated within the bootstrap trials. Most of these clusters are calculated to be reliable at >70%. We did not collapse weak nodes, but they are noted on the tree; trees with nodes that read 0 are very weak and were rounded to 0% representation within the bootstrap replicates. Generally, the higher confidence nodes reflect more divergence as well. There is excellent support for the generally accepted primate node.

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