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Program AdmixTools
Available at http://genetics.med.harvard.edu/reich/Reich_Lab/Software_files/admixtools_v2.tar
1 publication in the database mentions Program AdmixTools
Program ALE
ALE is a C++ program which, given one or more gene trees and an ultrametric species tree, returns a reconciled gene tree annotated with duplication transfer and loss events, its likelihood, as well as optimal rates of duplication, transfer and loss. Available at https://github.com/ssolo/ALE.
1 publication in the database mentions Program ALE
Program Angst
Available at http://almlab.mit.edu/angst/
2 publications in the database mention Program Angst
Program Arlequin
The goal of Arlequin is to provide the average user in population genetics with quite a large set of basic methods and statistical tests, in order to extract information on genetic and demographic features of a collection of population samples. In particular, Arlequin implements a Minimum Spanning Network algorithm to embed the set of all minimum spanning trees computed from a distance matrix of haplotypes (http://cmpg.unibe.ch/software/arlequin3/).
Arlequin
5 publications in the database mention Program Arlequin
Program Beagle
Beagle is a small collection of related programs for analysing the minimum number of recombinations required for a SNP data set under the infinite sites model. Available at http://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/~lyngsoe/beagle/.
3 publications in the database mention Program Beagle
Program BIMLR
BIMLR is a Java program which takes as input a set of rooted phylogenetic trees in the Newick format and outputs a rooted phylogenetic networks in the extended Newick format. The approach is based on softwired clusters. Software available at http://nclab.hit.edu.cn/~wangjuan/BIMLR/
1 publication in the database mentions Program BIMLR
Program Bio PhyloNetwork
Bio-PhyloNetwork is a Perl package that relies on the BioPerl bundle and implements many algorithms on phylogenetic networks (http://dmi.uib.es/~gcardona/BioInfo/Bio-PhyloNetwork.tgz). It is used in a Java Applet which can compare and draw two phylogenetic networks entered in eNewick format with the same set of leaves (http://dmi.uib.es/~gcardona/BioInfo/alignment.php)
4 publications in the database mention Program Bio PhyloNetwork
Program Clustistic
CLUSTISTIC is a Java program which, given a set T of rooted binary trees on the same set of taxa, constructs (all) networks with a minimum number of reticulations that represent the set of clusters induced by the trees in T (in the softwired sense). Available at http://skelk.sdf-eu.org/clustistic/
2 publications in the database mention Program Clustistic
Program CMPT
CMPT is an ANSI-C software which takes as input a set of rooted trees on the same taxa set (Newick format) and outputs a rooted explicit non necessarily binary phylogenetic network containing them with the minimum number of reticulation vertices (extended Newick format). Available at http://www.cs.cityu.edu.hk/~lwang/software/mtree/cmpt.html
1 publication in the database mentions Program CMPT
Program CombineTrees
CombineTrees combines MP trees into a single (possibly reticulated) graph. Available at http://applications.lanevol.org/combineTrees.
2 publications in the database mention Program CombineTrees
Program ConsensusNetwork
Available at http://www.info2.uqam.ca/~makarenkov_v/ConsensusNetwork.rar
1 publication in the database mentions Program ConsensusNetwork
Program constNJ
constNJ is an OCaml program which takes as input a set of distances matrices and implicitly reconstructs a phylogenetic network: it infers, for each of those matrices, a corresponding phylogenetic tree, with some constraints on the upper bound of the SPR-distance between those reconstructed trees. Available at http://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~matsen/constNJ/.
1 publication in the database mentions Program constNJ
Program CycleKiller
CycleKiller is a Java program which takes as input two rooted binary trees and builds a phylogenetic network containing both of them, minimizing the number of reticulations with a 2-approximation algorithm. Available at http://skelk.sdf-eu.org/cyclekiller/
3 publications in the database mention Program CycleKiller
Program Dendroscope
Dendroscope is a Java software for visualizing phylogenetic trees and rooted networks. It is interactive, and also provides methods to reconstruct or compare phylogenetic networks. Available at www.dendroscope.org.
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14 publications in the database mention Program Dendroscope
Program EEEP
EEEP is a program that reconciles a rooted reference tree and an unrooted "test" tree by performing the smallest number of subtree prune-and-regraft (SPR) operations on the reference tree. The effect of these SPR operations in analogous to that of lateral genetic transfer events, so the reconciliation path output by the program is equivalent to a set of lateral gene transfers between organisms in the reference tree. http://bioinformatics.org.au/eeep/
Program EEEP logo.
3 publications in the database mention Program EEEP
Program FastHN
FastHN is an ANSI C program which takes two rooted binary trees as input and constructs a rooted explicit phylogenetic network containing them. It is available at http://rnc.r.dendai.ac.jp/~chen/fastHN.html
1 publication in the database mentions Program FastHN
Program FlatNJ

1 publication in the database mentions Program FlatNJ
Program Fylogenetica
Fylogenetica is a Java program which takes as input a dense quartet set and builds and displays an unrooted level-1 phylogenetic network containing them, if it exists. Available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/fylogenetica/.
2 publications in the database mention Program Fylogenetica
Program GalledTree
GalledTree can determine if the input sequences can be reconstructed with a galled-tree network (http://wwwcsif.cs.ucdavis.edu/~gusfield/galledtree.tar)
1 publication in the database mentions Program GalledTree
Program GraphDTL
Given a dated species tree and a gene tree, GraphDTL computes a graph reconciliation for these two trees. Available at http://celinescornavacca.wordpress.com/software/
2 publications in the database mention Program GraphDTL
Program HapBound
HapBound computes lower bounds on the number of recombinations needed to generate a set of binary sequences under the infinite sites assumption (http://www.cs.ucdavis.edu/~yssong/lu.html).
1 publication in the database mentions Program HapBound
Program HGT_simul
Available at http://mbb.univ-montp2.fr/MBB/download_sources/13__HGT_simul.
1 publication in the database mentions Program HGT_simul
Program HiDe

1 publication in the database mentions Program HiDe
Program HorizStory
HorizStory is a program that approximates the SPR distance between two rooted and possibly multifurcating trees to reconciliate them inside a network. It is available from Eric Bapteste upon request and was http://coffee.biochem.dal.ca/
2 publications in the database mention Program HorizStory
Program Hybrid-Lambda
Hybrid-Lambda takes as input a rooted species network in the extended Newick format and simulates a gene tree within the network under the coalescent process. Available at https://github.com/shajoezhu/hybrid-Lambda
1 publication in the database mentions Program Hybrid-Lambda
Program HybridInterleave
HybridInterleave is a Java program for an exact calculation of the minimum number of hybridization events to explain two rooted binary phylogenetic trees on the same taxa set. Available at http://www.math.canterbury.ac.nz/~c.semple/software.shtml.
5 publications in the database mention Program HybridInterleave
Program HybridNET
HybridNET is a Linux or Windows program to compute the hybrid number of two rooted phylogenetic trees. It is experimentally a faster implementation than HybridInterleave. It is available at http://www.cs.cityu.edu.hk/~lwang/software/Hn/treeComp.html
2 publications in the database mention Program HybridNET
Program HybridNumber
HybridNumber is a Perl script for an exact calculation of the minimum number of hybridization events to explain two rooted binary phylogenetic trees on the same taxa set (download here). It was replaced by the more efficient HybridInterleave.
3 publications in the database mention Program HybridNumber
Program Hybroscale

2 publications in the database mention Program Hybroscale
Program JML
JML is a program that implements a posterior predictive checking method to detect hybridization events. Available at http://www.plantevolution.org/jml.html
1 publication in the database mentions Program JML
Program LatTrans
LatTrans is a program which identifies lateral gene transfer events from two rooted phylogenetic trees. It was available at www.cs.mcgill.ca/~laddar/lattrans.
5 publications in the database mention Program LatTrans
Program LEV1ATHAN
LEV1ATHAN is a Java program for generating level-1 networks from sets of rooted triplets. It implements a heuristic to find a level-1 network consistent with as many of the input triplets as possible. It is available at http://homepages.cwi.nl/~kelk/lev1athan/.
1 publication in the database mentions Program LEV1ATHAN
Program Lev1Generator
Lev1Generator is a Java program which generates level-1 networks at the DOT format. It can be downloaded at http://www.uea.ac.uk/~x3002128/lev1generator/.
1 publication in the database mentions Program Lev1Generator
Program Level2
LEVEL2 is an implementation in Java of the algorithm of Leo van Iersel, Judith Keijsper, Steven Kelk and Leen Stougie which constructs level-2 phylogenetic networks from rooted triplets. http://homepages.cwi.nl/~kelk/level2triplets.html
2 publications in the database mention Program Level2
Program lingpy

1 publication in the database mentions Program lingpy
Program LNetwork
LNetwork is a Java program which takes as input a set of rooted phylogenetic trees in the Newick format and outputs a rooted phylogenetic networks in the extended Newick format. Available at http://nclab.hit.edu.cn/~wangjuan/LNETWORK/
1 publication in the database mentions Program LNetwork
Program MaafB

2 publications in the database mention Program MaafB
Program Marlon
MARLON (Minimum Amount of Reticulation Level One Network) is a program which reconstructs a level-1 phylogenetic network (i.e. galled tree), with the minimum number of reticulation nodes, from a set of triplets. Available at http://homepages.cwi.nl/~kelk/marlon.html.
3 publications in the database mention Program Marlon
Program MC-Net
MC-Net is a Matlab program to compute, from a distance matrix, a circular split system which can be visualized with SplitsTree. Available at http://bioinf.cs.ipm.ac.ir/softwares/mc.net/.
1 publication in the database mentions Program MC-Net
Program McKiTscH
McKiTscH implements a fixed-parameter algorithm for finding the minimum sequence of SPR moves between two trees. Available at http://www.mcb.mcgill.ca/~hallett/McKiTscH
1 publication in the database mentions Program McKiTscH
Program Mowgli
Mowgli is a C++ gene tree/species tree reconciliation program including time consistent transfers, duplications and losses. It gives the set of all optimal reconciliation scenarios given a dated species tree, a gene tree, as well as duplication, loss and horizontal transfer costs. Available at http://www.atgc-montpellier.fr/Mowgli/.
5 publications in the database mention Program Mowgli
Program MowgliNNI
Available at http://www.atgc-montpellier.fr/Mowgli/
2 publications in the database mention Program MowgliNNI
Program MPNet
MPNet is a Java program (using CPLEX or GLPK) which takes as input a phylogenetic network (e-newick format) and a set of aligned sequences associated to its leaves (fasta format), and computes the softwired and hardwired parsimony score of a phylogenetic network. The results can be displayed with GraphViz where each edge is labeled by the number of character changes.
1 publication in the database mentions Program MPNet
Program MY CLOSURE
MY-CLOSURE is a Java application for computing supernetworks from partial phylogenetic trees, which outputs a set of trees whose corresponding phylogenetic network can be visualized in SplitsTree. Available at http://www.uea.ac.uk/cmp/research/cmpbio/MyClosure.
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1 publication in the database mentions Program MY CLOSURE
Program Nepal
Nepal is aimed mainly at providing a suite of tools for reconstructing and analyzing reticulate evolutionary relationships using the maximum parsimony (MP) and maximum likelihood (ML) criteria. http://bioinfo.cs.rice.edu/nepal/index.html
7 publications in the database mention Program Nepal
Program NetGen
NETGEN is an event-driven simulator for generating phylogenetic networks with DNA sequences, where the traditional birth-death model often used in biology to create phylogenetic trees is extended to support diploid hybrids and/or variable rate lineages. http://www.cs.unm.edu/~morin/sw.html
3 publications in the database mention Program NetGen
Program NetTest
NetTest is a web interface to display an explicit phylogenetic network and test whether it belongs to some restricted subclasses of networks: galled tree, tree-child, tree-sibling or time-consistent. It is available at http://darwin.uvigo.es/software/nettest/.
1 publication in the database mentions Program NetTest
Program NetView
NetView first reconstructs an NJ-phylogenetic tree from binary characters. Then the user can choose sites which are incompatible with the tree, then the tree is mapped to a network on two parallel planes in 3D which helps visualizing the conflicts. NetView was available at http://esper.lab.nig.ac.jp/netview/
1 publication in the database mentions Program NetView
Program Network
Network is a free software that generates evolutionary trees and networks from genetic, linguistic, and other data. It can then provide age estimates for any ancestor in the tree. http://www.fluxus-engineering.com/sharenet.htm
5 publications in the database mention Program Network
Program Notung

1 publication in the database mentions Program Notung
Program PADRE
PADRE is a Java software package allowing the computation and graphical representation of reticulate networks from Multi-Labelled (MuL) Trees. The network is constructed in stages which allows the user flexibility in choosing appropriate elements of the input tree for merging. http://www.uea.ac.uk/cmp/research/cmpbio/PADRE.
Program Padre logo
7 publications in the database mention Program PADRE
Program Phangorn
Phangorn is an R package which provides methods to reconstruct phylogenetic trees, and a method to reconstruct a split network. Available at http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/phangorn/index.html.
2 publications in the database mention Program Phangorn
Program PhippsNetwork
PhippsNetwork is a Java software which takes as input a circular split system built by SplitsTree from distances, and which outputs a planar split network with few faces approximating the distances. Available at http://www.utdallas.edu/~sxb027100/PhippsNetwork/.
2 publications in the database mention Program PhippsNetwork
Program PhyloNet
PhyloNet is aimed mainly at providing a suite of tools for reconstructing and analyzing reticulate (non-treelike) evolutionary relationships. In particular, the software package includes features for inferring horizontal gene transfer from a pair of species/gene trees, and detecting interspecific recombination breakpoints in a sequence alignment. Further, it has the capabilities for reading/storing phylogenetic networks, and comparing phylogenetic networks topologies. http://bioinfo.cs.rice.edu/phylonet/index.html
11 publications in the database mention Program PhyloNet
Program PhyloNet-HMM
Available at http://bioinfo.cs.rice.edu/software/phmm
1 publication in the database mentions Program PhyloNet-HMM
Program PIRN
PIRN (for "Parsimonious Inference of Reticulate Network") is a C++ program which reconstructs a minimum reticulate network from a set of rooted trees. It can be downloaded at http://www.engr.uconn.edu/~ywu/PIRN.html.
3 publications in the database mention Program PIRN
Program Prunier
Prunier is a C++ program which detects lateral gene transfers by statistical reconciliation of phylogenetic forests: given a rooted or unrooted species tree, gene sequences, and an optional gene tree (otherwise one is reconstructed from the sequence data), it tries to reconcile both trees and outputs a scenario of lateral gene transfers. Available at http://pbil.univ-lyon1.fr/software/prunier/
Program Prunier logo
2 publications in the database mention Program Prunier
Program Pyramids
Pyramids computes a pyramidal classification from a dissimilarity matrix. It was available at http://genome.genetique.uvsq.fr/Pyramids.
3 publications in the database mention Program Pyramids
Program QNet
QNet is a software package written in Java which encompasses methods for generating phylogenetic networks from quartet data (http://www2.cmp.uea.ac.uk/~vlm/qnet/).
Program QNet logo
4 publications in the database mention Program QNet
Program Quartet
Quartet-Imputation Supernetworks implements a supernetwork method and reconstructs a split network from a set of unrooted trees, possibly on different taxa sets. The program is available at http://awcmee.massey.ac.nz/downloads_software.htm and its documentation at http://awcmee.massey.ac.nz/software_downloads/quartet/Quartet_help.htm
1 publication in the database mentions Program Quartet
Program Quartet Decomposition

1 publication in the database mentions Program Quartet Decomposition
Program QuartetMethods
QuartetMethods is a C++ program which reconstructs a split network from a set of weighted quartets. Available at http://sysbio.cvm.msstate.edu/QuartetMethods/
1 publication in the database mentions Program QuartetMethods
Program QuartetNet

2 publications in the database mention Program QuartetNet
Program QuasiDec
QuasiDec is a C++ extension of the software system polymake which computes the block decomposition of a quasi-median graph corresponding to a set of aligned input sequences (http://www.uea.ac.uk/cmp/research/cmpbio/quasidec).
1 publication in the database mentions Program QuasiDec
Program RANGER-DTL
RANGER-DTL is a multiplatform program which takes as input a gene tree (rooted or unrooted) and a rooted species tree (dated or undated) and builds a duplication-transfer-loss scenario. Available at http://compbio.mit.edu/ranger-dtl/
4 publications in the database mention Program RANGER-DTL
Program RecMin
Given an input set of sequence data, RecMin outputs two minimum numbers of recombination events; firstly, the statistic Rm of Hudson and Kaplan (1985), that employs the four-gamete test; and secondly, a new bound, Rh or Rs (described in Myers and Griffiths, 2003). http://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/~myers/
1 publication in the database mentions Program RecMin
Program Recodon
Recodon is a population genetic simulator that generates samples of nucleotide and codon sequences from populations with recombination, migration and growth, after generating their genealogy (a phylogenetic network) under the coalescent framework. Available at http://darwin.uvigo.es/software/recodon.html.

3 publications in the database mention Program Recodon
Program RecPars
RecPars performs a parsimony analysis of a set of DNA sequences. It tries to find the best phylogenies for different segments of the sequences and thereby postulating a recombination event between these segments. Available at http://www.daimi.au.dk/~compbio/recpars/recpars.html.
1 publication in the database mentions Program RecPars
Program Reticlad
Reticlad is a program which tests reticulation events on terminal branches of a phylogenetic tree, where inputs are binary characters. It is available upon request from James D. Morefield.
2 publications in the database mention Program Reticlad
Program SAGE
Sage is a mathematical software which includes graph algorithms, including one adressed to phylogenetic networks: isomorphism test for binary rooted ones (function IsomorphismPhilo)
2 publications in the database mention Program SAGE
Program SAQ-Net
SAQ-Net is a Matlab program to compute, from a set of weighted quartets, a circular split system which can be visualized with SplitsTree. Available at http://bioinf.cs.ipm.ac.ir/softwares/saq.net/.
1 publication in the database mentions Program SAQ-Net
Program Serial NetEvolve
Serial NetEvolve is a modification of the Treevolve program in which serially sampled sequences are evolved along a randomly generated coalescent tree or network http://biorg.cis.fiu.edu/SNE/
1 publication in the database mentions Program Serial NetEvolve
Program SHRUB
SHRUB constructs a minimum recombination phylogenetic network (ARG) that derives a set of binary sequences under the infinite sites assumption. SHRUB, SHRUB-GC
3 publications in the database mention Program SHRUB
Program Simplistic
SIMPLISTIC (SIMPLe network heurISTIC) is a program which reconstructs a level-k phylogenetic network consistent with a dense input triplet set, minimizing the level and the number of reticulations when possible. Available at http://homepages.cwi.nl/~kelk/simplistic.html.
3 publications in the database mention Program Simplistic
Program Sliding MinPD
Sliding MinPD reconstructs evolutionary networks of serially-sampled sequences by combining minimum pairwise distance measures with automated recombination detection based on a sliding window approach (http://biorg.cis.fiu.edu/SlidingMinPD/). The resulting network can be build with the online network drawer at http://72.17.173.2:800/minpd/
1 publication in the database mentions Program Sliding MinPD
Program SNSA
SNSA (Super Network-Simulated Annealing) is a Matlab program which takes a set of unrooted trees as input (Newick format) and outputs a supernetwork of those trees. Actually, it creates a split system which can be visualized as a split network in SplitsTree. Available at http://bioinf.cs.ipm.ir/software/snsa/.
2 publications in the database mention Program SNSA
Program Spectronet
Spectronet is a package for the analysis and visualization of complex evolutionary data that is not best represented by a bifurcating tree. Given an alignment in NEXUS format, the package works by computing a collection of weighted splits or bipartitions of the taxa and then allowing the user to interactively analyze the resulting collection using tools such as Lento-plots and median networks. http://awcmee.massey.ac.nz/spectronet/
Program Spectronet logo
4 publications in the database mention Program Spectronet
Program SplitsTree
SplitsTree4 is the leading application for computing evolutionary networks from molecular sequence data. Given an alignment of sequences, a distance matrix or a set of trees, the program will compute a phylogenetic tree or network using methods such as split decomposition, neighbor-net, consensus network, super networks methods or methods for computing hybridization or simple recombination networks. Available at www.splitstree.org.
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36 publications in the database mention Program SplitsTree
Program SPNet
SPNet can reconstruct a galled phylogenetic network containing two input trees allowing an arbitrary number of reticulations (program not available on the Internet).
5 publications in the database mention Program SPNet
Program SPRDist
SPRDist computes the SPR distance between two rooted trees, and will, in a next version, compute the hybridization number of two rooted trees with an Integer Linear Programming method. It can be downloaded at http://www.engr.uconn.edu/~ywu/SPRDist.html
1 publication in the database mentions Program SPRDist
Program SuperQ
SuperQ is a Java program which takes as input a set of partial unrooted trees with weighted edges and outputs a weighted circular split system which can be visualized in SplitsTree. Available at http://www.uea.ac.uk/cmp/research/cmpbio/superq.
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1 publication in the database mentions Program SuperQ
Program T REX
T-REX (tree and reticulogram reconstruction) is an application to reconstruct phylogenetic trees and reticulation networks from distance matrices. http://www.labunix.uqam.ca/~makarenv/trex.html, internet version here.
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13 publications in the database mention Program T REX
Program TCS
TCS is a Java computer program to estimate gene genealogies including multifurcations and/or reticulations (i.e. networks), using parsimony. http://darwin.uvigo.es/software/tcs.html.
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8 publications in the database mention Program TCS
Program TERA
TERA is a C++ program which takes as input a dated species tree S and a gene tree G in the Newick format, and computes a reconciliation scenario for G and S. Available at http://mbb.univ-montp2.fr/MBB/download_sources/16__TERA
2 publications in the database mention Program TERA
Program TerminusEst
TerminusEst is a Java program which takes as input two rooted (not necessarily binary) trees and outputs their hybridization network in DOT and eNewick format, or simply their hybridization number. It is available at https://skelk.sdf-eu.org/terminusest/
2 publications in the database mention Program TerminusEst
Program TreeFix-DTL
TreeFix-DTL is a software which takes as input a species tree, as well as sequences of a gene family, to estimate a gene tree for this family, with an optimal recombination scenario. Available at http://compbio.mit.edu/treefix-dtl/
1 publication in the database mentions Program TreeFix-DTL
Program TreeMix
TreeMix builds a population tree and network from allele frequency data. It is available at http://treemix.googlecode.com/
1 publication in the database mentions Program TreeMix
Program Treevolve
Treevolve simulates the evolution of DNA sequences under a coalescent model, which allows exponential population growth, population subdivision according to an island model, migration and recombination. It was available at http://evolve.zps.ox.ac.uk/software.html?id=treevolve and can now be found at http://moais.imag.fr/membres/vincent.danjean/deb.html#treevolve>
2 publications in the database mention Program Treevolve
Program TripNet
TripNet is a Java program to compute a phylogenetic network from a triplet set. Version 1.0 is available at https://launchpad.net/tripnet, version 1.1 at https://github.com/azinazadi/TripNet and later versions at http://bioinf.cs.ipm.ir/softwares/tripnet/.
2 publications in the database mention Program TripNet
Program ultra-Net
ultraNet is an ANSI C program which takes as input two or more rooted phylogenetic trees at the Newick format and outputs a rooted phylogenetic network containing them at the eNewick format. It is available at http://rnc.r.dendai.ac.jp/ultraNet.html
1 publication in the database mentions Program ultra-Net
Program Ultranet
Available at http://www.dei.unipd.it/~ciompin/main/Ultranet/Ultranet.html
1 publication in the database mentions Program Ultranet
Program WeakHierarchies
This C++ program computes weak hierarchies from a dissimilarity matrix (available at http://www.info2.uqam.ca/~makarenv/software/Weak_Hierarchies.cpp).
2 publications in the database mention Program WeakHierarchies
Program Xscape
Xscape is a set of Python tools for maximum parsimony phylogenetic event-based tree reconciliation in undated trees using the duplication-loss-transfer model, with applications to gene trees and species trees; parasite trees and host trees; and species trees and area cladograms. Available at http://www.cs.hmc.edu/~hadas/xscape/
1 publication in the database mentions Program Xscape
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