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Comment: C: What does + stand for in sequence alignment (blastp)?
... Thanks a lot! So because valine and methionine are both non-polar aliphatic amino acids they both function the same? ...
written 9 months ago by reddishvilla_120
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Comment: A: What does + stand for in sequence alignment (blastp)?
... I thought it might have something to do with the amino acids. Valine is interchangeable with methionine so I thought it might represent that. Not 100% sure though. ...
written 9 months ago by reddishvilla_120
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What does + stand for in sequence alignment (blastp)?
... Currently using blastp to compare primary sequences of proteins between organisms, here is one of the sequence alignments: Query 116 THKTVGQQ 123 T KT+G Q Sbjct 96 TVKTMGHQ 103 Confused as to what the + represents. Help appreciated. ...
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Trace element utilisation project
... I have recently been set the task of carrying out a research project based on trace element utilisation. After countless hours reading into trace elements and how different species from the three kingdoms of life utilise these (transporter/user proteins), I've now been told that I have to start prod ...
bioinformatics biology trace elements blastp written 9 months ago by reddishvilla_120 • updated 3 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 10
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Trace element utilisation project
... I have recently been set the task of carrying out a research project based on trace element utilisation. After countless hours reading into trace elements and how different species from the three kingdoms of life utilise these (transporter/user proteins), I've now been told that I have to start prod ...
blastp written 10 months ago by reddishvilla_120

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