Mcm1Arg80 Ancestral Library

If you use these results in your work, please cite: Hanson-Smith and Johnson, PLoS Comp. Bio., 2016


Overview | Alignments | Sites | Trees | Ancestors | Mutations


Alignment Method

Alignment Method

Each alignment method applies a unique approach to determine which sequence sites are homologous and the placement of gaps.

To learn more about a particular alignment method, click the link [cite] next to its name.

N Taxa

N Taxa

The number of sequences aligned.

N Sites

N Sites

The number of sequence sites produced by this alignment method, including gaps. The number of sites in the alignment varies depending on the alignment method.

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msaprobs [cite] 40 706 launch viewer fasta | phylip
muscle [cite] 40 503 launch viewer fasta | phylip

Alignment Support Summary

ZORRO scores were calculated for every site in every alignment. These scores estimate our confidence in assigning homology to a set of residues, versus another hypothesis in which those residues are aligned into two or more different sites. For more information, see Wu, Chatterji, and Eisen (PLoS One 2012).


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