Hey guys. I need some help. I have obtained some amino acid sequences (Mostly Argonaut family proteins) from humans, c. elegans and drosophila. I tried to find hits of the a.a sequencings in two other organisms. Hoping that with this I can draw some conclusions based on the Argonaut or other protein members. I have fasta format hits generated but Im having the following difficulties or confusions: 1. the sequences in the faster files are too large for some of the proteins. I don't know what to make of the regions generated if they correspond to the proteins in the two organisms genome. 2. Were do I go from here in other to establish an evolutionary relationship or divergence. I haven't work on any evolutionary tree or phylogenetic tree before. I would like your help and suggestions please. Thanks
Question: Analyzing .fasta file.
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