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local similarity

DIALIGN: finding local similarities by multiple sequence alignment.

Bridges: a tool for identifying local similarities in long sequences

Gene Expression, Synteny, and Local Similarity in Human Noncoding Mutation Rates

Automated protein sequence database classification. I. Integration of compositional similarity search, local similarity search, and multiple sequence alignment.

Efficient statistical significance approximation for local similarity analysis of high-throughput time series data

Pairwise local structural alignment of RNA sequences with sequence similarity less than 40%

Local similarity analysis reveals unique associations among marine bacterioplankton species and environmental factors

PROF_ PAT 1.3: Updated database of patterns used to detect local similarities

EPSILON: an eQTL prioritization framework using similarity measures derived from local networks

Clustering of gene expression data using a local shape-based similarity measure

Alignment-free detection of local similarity among viral and bacterial genomes

Genic Mutation Rates in Mammals: Local Similarity, Chromosomal Heterogeneity, and X-Versus-Autosome Disparity

Crossing-Over in a Hypervariable Species Preferentially Occurs in Regions of High Local Similarity

Nucleotide sequence of arfB of Clostridium stercorarium, and prediction of catalytic residues of α-l-arabinofuranosidases based on local similarity with several families of glycosyl hydrolases

A unified statistical model to support local sequence order independent similarity searching for ligand-binding sites and its application to genome-based drug discovery

Local Similarity in Evolutionary Rates Extends over Whole Chromosomes in Human-Rodent and Mouse-Rat Comparisons: Implications for Understanding the Mechanistic Basis of the Male Mutation Bias

 

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Similarity that spans only short regions of a pair or set of aligned sequences (i.e. within a local alignment). See alignment.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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