From subgenome analysis to protein structure.

Abstract

Groups of related genes abound in large eukaryotic genomes. In such 'subgenomes', homology modeling carried out for a few genes will probably have relevance to the entire group. Subgenomes also afford unique ways of determining protein structural information. In addition to analyses based on the quantification of residue variability in paralogs, two-way… (More)

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