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2. , LALIGN or BESTFIT, usually has a recommended scoring matrix and gap penalty combination. It is important to make sure that the combination is one that is known to produce a confined, local alignment with random (or scrambled) sequences. A global alignment program may also be used with sequences of approximately the same length. 3. , 25%) of identities throughout the alignment, multiple examples of conservative substitutions (chemically and structurally similar amino acids), and relatively few gaps confined to specific regions of the alignment.
14. A multiple sequence alignment editor for GCG MSF files. For information on using multiple sequence alignment editors and for examples of other editors, see Chapter 4. 5. Format used by Fitch phylogenetic analysis programs. seq1, 16 agc tag seq2, 16 aac taa bases, 2688 cta gct agc bases, 25C8 cta act aac checksum. t checksum. t 6. Formats used by Felsenstein phylogenetic analysis programs PHYLIP (phylogenetic inference package): 2 for two sequences, 16 for length of alignment. a. 2 2 16 YF seq1 seq2 agctagctag ctagct aactaactaa ctaact b.
The SRS system may also be used on a local machine to assist in the preparation of local sequence databases. uk The databases are available at the indicated addresses and return sequence files through an internet browser. Many of the sites shown provide access to multiple databases. The first three database centers are updated daily and exchange new sequences daily, so that it is only necessary to access one of them. Additional Web addresses of databases of protein families and structure, and genomic databases, are given in Chapter 9.