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consensus sequence

n
(Biochemistry) biochem a DNA sequence common to different organisms and having a similar function in each
Translations
séquence fondamentale
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We used the Bio Edit program (Hall, 1999) to determine the consensus sequences which were subsequently analyzed by BLAST to confirm the genetic similarity to Rickettsia species.
Voucher sequences from GenBank, reference sequences from BOLD (Altschul et al., 1990) databases and consensus sequences of each species generated from this study were compared and aligned using the CLUSTALW software on MegAlign Pro (DNASTAR Inc., Madison, WI).
HCV NS5A and NS5B consensus sequences obtained from Uruguayan patients were aligned with sequences from HCV representing all genotypes and main subtypes isolated in different geographic regions of the world.
DNA sequences were edited, and consensus sequences were obtained using the Bioedit software package.
Recently it was confirmed that consensus sequences forming stable G-quadruplex structures are responsible for RNA replication and inhibition of protein translation of hepatitis C virus [14].
These HSE sites were dispersed in the isolated region and had consensus sequences identical to those found in eukaryotes.
Generation of full-length class I human leukocyte antigen gene consensus sequences for novel allele character ization [published online ahead of print September 27, 2016].
Briefly, consensus sequences from the WSB, PWK, and CAST strains were mapped to the alignment and gaps filled with Ns.
According to a previous report, CIAV binding factors and consensus sequences of the binding sites [20] in different hosts were searched and noted (Table 3).
Fully phased consensus sequences were generated for each allele and exported from Twin[TM] in FASTA format.
Consensus sequences identified using this novel methodology will be used to identify biologically relevant peptide sequences by bioinformatic searches.
Consensus sequences were identified and alignment of sequences was done using Geneious software (Auckland, New Zealand).