BAliBASE (Benchmark Alignment dataBASE): enhancements for repeats, transmembrane sequences and circular permutations

@article{Bahr2001BAliBASEA,
  title={BAliBASE (Benchmark Alignment dataBASE): enhancements for repeats, transmembrane sequences and circular permutations},
  author={Anne Bahr and Julie Dawn Thompson and Jean-Claude Thierry and Olivier Poch},
  journal={Nucleic acids research},
  year={2001},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={323-6}
}
BAliBASE is specifically designed to serve as an evaluation resource to address all the problems encountered when aligning complete sequences. The database contains high quality, manually constructed multiple sequence alignments together with detailed annotations. The alignments are all based on three-dimensional structural superpositions, with the exception of the transmembrane sequences. The first release provided sets of reference alignments dealing with the problems of high variability… CONTINUE READING
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