Multiple Sequence Alignment with a Tree-Based Weighting System

Abstract

Multiple sequence alignment is a powerful tool for studying structure-function relationship and evolution of biological macromolecules. The problem is computationally hard, and it is impractical to get an exact solution for more than several sequences. Although the so called progressive method is most widely used today for aligning a large set of sequences… (More)

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