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RAxML v7.2.8 alpha release source code available here
RAxML v7.2.7 (alpha) available for download here
RAxML v7.2.6 available for download here and here is a windows executable
RAxML v7.2.5 (alpha) available for download here and here is a windows executable
RAxML v7.2.4(alpha) available for download here
RAxML v7.2.3 (alpha) available for download here
RAxML v7.2.2 available for download here and download windows executable
RAxML v7.2.1 (alpha) available for download here windows executable here
RAxML v7.2.0 (alpha) available for download here
RAxML v7.1.0 (alpha) available for download here
RAxML v7.0.4 available for download here
RAxML v7.0.3 available for download here
Windows executable. Graham Jones has provided a nice PDF on How to run RAxML under XP and Vista.
Mac executable (iMAC)
Mac executable (iMAC Pthreads-version)
Mac executable (PowerMac G5)
Mac executable (PowerMac G5 Pthreads-version)
RAxML-VI-HPC (version 2.2.3)and a comprehensive Manual (v2.2.3) RAxML-VI-HPC (version2.0.2) and a comprehensive Manual(v2.0)
RAxML-VI-HPC (version1.0) and a comprehensive Manual(v1.0)
RAxML-VI: Sequential program with significantly accelerated hill-climbing search algorithm for huge alignment data.
RAxML-III: Sequential program, includes more models of nucleotide substitution than RAxML-II.
RAxML-II: Sequential, Parallel, and Distributed implementation of RAxML with less model functionality.
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(D) Survival of RNAi-induced (+) cells is shown as a proportion ( SEM) of uninduced cells over time in the absence (solid line) or presence (dashed line) of DNA damage (DMG) caused by methylmethanosulfonate (MMS; 0.0003%), UV radiation (UV; 1,500 J/m2), hydroxyurea (HU; 0.06 mM), and ionizing radiation (IR; 150 Gy); data are shown for CL1 (black lines) and CL2 (green lines).
(A) Transcription (green arrow) from the Pol I promoter (arrow) of a silent BES is suppressed (black arrow) by ATR (green circle) and does not traverse the ESAGs (white boxes), 70-bp repeats (hatched box), VSG (pink box), or telomere repeats (arrayed arrowheads). In contrast, TbATR does not impede the transcription (orange arrow) of the single active BES (active VSG, red box). After TbATR RNAi, silencing is compromised, and transcription can extend across the silent BES.
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