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In evolutionary biology, homology refers to any similarity between characteristics that is due to their shared ancestry. The word homologous derives from the ancient Greek ομολογειν, 'to agree'. There are examples in...
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In bioinformatics, a sequence alignment is a way of arranging the sequences of DNA, RNA, or protein to identify regions of similarity that may be a consequence of functional, structural, or evolutionary relationships between...
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Sequence similarity searching algorithms have resulted from a dialectic process ... Is it experimental results or sequence similarity? ...
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Images of all 24 human chromosomes and different genes that have been mapped to them. ... to perform similarity searches on all available sequence data. ...
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Some anti-evolutionists claim that sequence data from proteins and genetics ... How does a sequence come to be different over time? ...
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IBM Journal of Research and Development issue 45-34, Deep computing for the life sciences - DELPHI: A pattern-based method for detecting sequence similarity ...
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(or parameters) used for similarity searching and for sequence alignment ... To test whether the similarity of a region of sequence is ...
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If you open the sequence similarity search form in a UniProtKB, UniRef or ... Sequence similarity search using the Smith-Waterman algorithm. ScanPS (EBI) ...
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... one example of homology. In evolutionary biology , homology refers to any similarity between ... Sex chromosomes have a shorter region of sequence similarity. ...
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for correcting similarity scores for library-sequence length was evaluated ... Sequence similarity searches today are the most ...
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linearly related to sequence similarity (as determined by a Smith-Water ... continuous correlation between sequence and. structural similarity would imply that ...
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whether high levels of sequence similarity can consistently produce accurate evolutionary trees. ... 63% of the families shared significant sequence similarity. ...
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Sequence similarity search page at EBI. NCBI: BLAST notebook. BLITZ ULTRA Fast Search at EMBL ... PimaII find sequence similarity using dynamic programming ...
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Sequence Similarity - Conclusions. • Always compare Protein Sequences ... How do we measure sequence similarity. – alignments and scoring matrices? ...
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