Moreover, phylogenetic analysis of the full BOMV genome from the bat lung revealed 98% nucleotide sequence similarity
with the prototype reported in Sierra Leone (GenBank accession no.
As we expected, our entry Oxycarenus hyalinipennis (605bp) was found to be clustered with the same species of members of the genus Oxycarenus showing 99-100% sequence similarity
with Oxycarenus hyalinipennis reported from USA (Nagoshi et al., 2012).
Based on N-terminal sequence analysis, Leaf-nosed viper [alpha]A chain showed maximum sequence similarity
(93.3%) with [alpha]A chain from Sindhi krait (Bungarus sindanus sindanus), followed by Indian cobra (Naja naja), Texas indigo snake (Drymarchon melanurus erebennus) and Black-banded sea krait (Laticauda semifasciata) where 90% similarity was observed.
Gene sequencing revealed isolates D5 and S2 to be closely related to Enterobacter cloacae (99% sequence similarity
) and Pseudomonas sp.
In our study, we constructed a negative dataset with human proteins whose sequence similarity
is lower than 40% to any human protein in the positive dataset by running CD-HIT .
The affiliation of the strains to the nearest phylogenetic neighbor and the percentage of 16S rRNA gene sequence similarities showed that bacterial strains are closely related to one another and exhibit 94 to 99% sequence similarity
at the 16S rRNAgene sequence level.15,16
org) and was checked for sequence similarity
against Protein Data Bank (PDB)  by using Basic Local Alignment Search Tool (BLAST) .
In addition, we explored the KM mouse genetic structure by performing sequence similarity
and Bayesian concordance analysis (BCA) on Chr 1.
While the availability of at least 20 superfamilies assures that these nucleotides bind to a wide range of proteins that are diverse in their structure and sequence, the latter is based on the 40% sequence similarity
Multiple sequence alignment has shown the high sequence similarity
of HrHPPK-DHPS translated amino acid sequence with different proteins from number of plant species including tomato, Arabidopsis, soybean and wheat.
According to Janda et al., 2007, there should be a minimum of 99% and ideally 99.5% of sequence similarity
with the reference strain as a criterion of specie identification.