Are far less conserved genomes features required detect larger than a single nucleotide.

‘ Eddy ‘did a nice job making the intuitive rigorous,’Philip Green, an HHMI researcher said at the University of Washington in Seattle. His work ‘will be useful in the guide need the thinking of people about how comparative data and how much data you. ‘.. Are far less conserved genomes features required detect larger than a single nucleotide. Parts of genes for approximately 50 nucleotides in length, only a single comparison is required and also for gene segments eight or so nucleotides in length , 3 to 15 genomes required.

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