FASTML (VERSION 2.02)
FASTML is a program for computing the ancestral amino-acid sequences of a
Current version is from 22.12.2011.
For support and questions please email me: email@example.com
The program is now available as a web server at: http://fastml.tau.ac.il
Source code, help on usage and executables for Windows can also be found there.
If there are problems with the compilations (occasionally, with old version of
g++) - please email me and I'll try to help. To modify the code, or use parts
of it for other purposes, permission is requested. Please contact Tal Pupko at
1. Pupko, T., Pe'er,
I., Graur, D. Hasegawa, M., and Friedman N.
2002. A branch-and-bound algorithm for the inference of ancestral amino-acid
sequences when the replacement rate varies among sites: Application to the
evolution of five gene families. Bioinformatics 18(8): 1116-1123.
2. Pupko, T., I. Pe'er., R. Shamir, and D. Graur. 2000. A fast algorithm for
joint reconstruction of ancestral amino-acid sequences. Mol. Biol. Evol. 17(6):
3. Pupko, T. and Pe'er I. 2000. Maximum likelihood reconstruction of ancestral
amino-acid sequences. Currents in Computational Molecular Biology. Ed. Miyano,
S., Shamir, R, and Takagi, T. pp. 184-185. Universal Academy Press, Tokyo,
Here you can find an older version of the program:
FASTML (version 2.02): fastml.exe (version 2.02)
FASTML (version 1.05):
FASTML version 1.05
Branch and bound program (version 1.01):
bnb version 1.01