Sequence Identity

Some articles on sequence, sequences, sequence identity:

Homology Modeling
... model of the "target" protein from its amino acid sequence and an experimental three-dimensional structure of a related homologous protein (the "template") ... of one or more known protein structures likely to resemble the structure of the query sequence, and on the production of an alignment that maps residues in the query sequence to residues in the template ... structures are more conserved than protein sequences amongst homologues, but sequences falling below a 20% sequence identity can have very different structure ...
Structural Genomics - Methods - Modelling-based Methods - Sequence-based Modeling
... This modeling technique compares the gene sequence of an unknown protein with sequences of proteins with known structures ... Depending on the degree of similarity between the sequences, the structure of the known protein can be used as a model for solving the structure of the unknown protein ... Highly accurate modeling is considered to require at least 50% amino acid sequence identity between the unknown protein and the solved structure ...
C14orf159 - Orthologs
... from BLAST and BLAT searches reveal that the human c14orf159 mRNA sequence is conserved with a sequence identity of 98% in chimpanzees, 88% in mice ... Sequence alignments were performed using blastn to derive sequence identity, score, and E-values between the human c14orf159 variant 1 mRNA and its orthologs ... Orthologs-mRNA Genus and Species Common Name NCBI Accession number Sequence Length (bp) Sequence Identity Score E-Value Homo sapiens Human NM_001102366 3164 100% 0 Pan troglodytes Chimpanzee XM_510121 2974 98% 4281 ...
Olfactory Receptor - Families
1-56) whose members have greater than 40% sequence identity, X = a single letter (A, B, C...) denoting a subfamily (>60% sequence identity), and m ... Members belonging to the same subfamily of olfactory receptors (>60% sequence identity) are likely to recognize structurally similar odorant molecules ...

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