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why studying strand biases in mitochondrial genomes

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Default why studying strand biases in mitochondrial genomes



Hi,

i want to ask : what's useful in studying strand biases in mitochondrial DNA of metazoan species??

if some one can refer me to some articles about why this field of study is important ??

or please give me some notes about it's utility.

thanks
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