consensus sequence


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consensus sequence

a sequence of NUCLEOTIDES or AMINO ACIDS that is used to describe a number of related but not identical sequences. It is compiled by inserting the nucleotide occurring most often at each position in the real sequences.
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However, it has been suggested that the consensus sequence of the ATF6[alpha] binding site in its UPRE is not for ATF6[alpha] but for XBP1 [3].
We originally used the 90% consensus sequence as a reference genome for mapping sequencing reads, but we later refined this reference to a more appropriate reference genome (GenBank accession no.
Highlighter plot traces mismatched mutations as compared to the Asian/American consensus sequence. Silent (n=1) and non-silent mutations (n = 5) are in 4 positions of the gene.
(@) Number of hits: *, 1-10; **, 11-99; ***, 100-1000; ***, 1000-3500; Sp1 consensus sequence 5'-(G/T)GGGCGG(G/A)(G/A)(C/T)-3' is underlined; G-runs are highlighted by red color.
The consensus sequence did not match the IS6110 reference sequence or any other part of the M.
Generation of full-length class I human leukocyte antigen gene consensus sequences for novel allele character ization [published online ahead of print September 27, 2016].
A Chr 1 consensus sequence was constructed for each strain using the SNP information from MGP.
The Omixon Twin software as well as our implemented custom downstream analytical framework addresses this growing gap, allowing full-length gene read phasing, consensus sequence generation and the characterization of novel class I HLA alleles.
Chromatograms obtained by sequencing were analyzed, and consensus sequences were assembled using 4 sStaden package programs (STADEN et al., 2000).
Moreover, it will be worthwhile to detect the expression of the FAMLF alternative-splicing transcript consensus sequence (FAMLF-CS; 1-363 bp) to evaluate the possible functional involvement of the gene in AL.
** Number of cluster means number of organisms identified with the same consensus sequence (www.uniprot.org/).