If you use these results in your work, please cite: Hanson-Smith and Johnson, PLoS Comp. Bio., 2016
Overview | Alignments | Sites | Trees | Ancestors | Mutations
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.
The number of sequences aligned.
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]||81||695||launch viewer||fasta | phylip|
|muscle [cite]||81||627||launch viewer||fasta | phylip|
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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