Say I have a number of sequences from isolates (culture, wild, etc) of the same species of virus where effectively the same or similar phenotype was seen. I expect to see, at most, on the order of tens of SNPs in each genome given some consensus. The genes in these sequences have not been formally identified or reported but I expect that they are not drastically different. I would like to extract the sequences of these genes in order to include them in phylogenetic analysis involving other species of the same genus. What would be the best way to extract these genes?
Question: What Is An Appropriate Approach To Use When Identifying Genes In Viral Genomes For Later Phylogenetic Analysis
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