Finding Conserved Amino Acid Sequences among Prokaryotic Proteomes

Abstract

Since the first complete genome sequence of Haemophilus influenzae determined in 1995, the genomes of more than 80 organisms have been completely sequenced. Complete genome sequence also reveals complete set of protein sequences (proteome) of the organism. At the time when numbers of complete proteomes from a wide variety of species become available, one of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Goto2002FindingCA, title={Finding Conserved Amino Acid Sequences among Prokaryotic Proteomes}, author={Naohisa Goto and Ken Kurokawa and Teruo Yasunaga}, year={2002} }