multiple alignment

multiple alignment

The alignment of multiple sequences of nucleic acids or peptides which inserts gaps into the individual sequences in order to align conserved sequences in the same column.
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DNA sequences were further analyzed for Multiple Alignment (ClustalW) to identify the genetic polymorphism in COMT gene.
Andrew Cuomo signed legislation allowing for public input on the plan as well as the approval of multiple alignment options for the project, which is tentatively scheduled to break ground in 2020 before wrapping up in 2022.
We retrieved sequences with high similarity and all H5N8 virus sequences from GISAID and GenBank and aligned them by Multiple Alignment using Fast Fourier Transform (https://mafft.cbrc.jp/alignment/ server/index.html).
All these techniques are used to construct the multiple alignment of periods; and they are based either on performing the pairwise alignment of periods, followed by the subsequent creation of a guide tree, or on the search for embryos or common words in periods.
Phylogenetic relationship among GRSPaV isolates based on the multiple alignment of the complete coat protein gene nucleotide sequences of 15 isolates from Brazil and other 12 isolates and sequence variants retrieved from the GenBank.
A list of viruses used in multiple alignment is given in Table 1.
The periods of a sequence with latent periodicity are sequences for multiple alignment that is statistically significant.
The interaction mechanism of multiple alignment indices on speed is very complicated.
Caption: FIGURE 2: Multiple alignment with other plant species: (1) G.
To correct for fine-scale movements caused by seeing distortions, the best results are produced by using multiple alignment points (APs).
The multiple alignment analysis similarity (*) and differences in cox1 gene nucleotide sequences
Also included is a single and multiple alignment ring.

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