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CAP5510 – Bioinformatics Sequence Comparison

CAP5510 – Bioinformatics Sequence Comparison

CAP5510 – Bioinformatics Sequence Comparison. Tamer Kahveci CISE Department University of Florida. Goals. Understand major sequence comparison algorithms. Gain hands on experience. Why Compare Sequences ?. Prediction of function Construction of phylogeny Shotgun sequence assembly

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CAP5510 – Bioinformatics Sequence Comparison

CAP5510 – Bioinformatics Sequence Comparison

CAP5510 – Bioinformatics Sequence Comparison. Tamer Kahveci CISE Department University of Florida. Goals. Understand major sequence comparison algorithms. Gain hands on experience. Why Compare Sequences ?. Prediction of function Construction of phylogeny Shotgun sequence assembly

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Global Alignment Summary

Global Alignment Summary

Global Alignment Summary. If Score(i, j) denotes best score to aligning A[1 : i] and B[1 : j] Score(i-1, j) + g align A[i] with GAP Score(i, j-1) + g align B[j] with GAP Score( i , j) = max Score(i-1, j-1) + m if A[i] == B[j ]

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Global Sequence Alignment

Global Sequence Alignment

Global Sequence Alignment. Fall 2003 Dr. Susan Bridges. Dynamic Programming Algorithm. Algorithm for finding optimal alignment in O(n 2 ) time and space. Based on an algorithm for text editing Uses alignment of prefixes to build up a global alignment Requires a method for scoring alignments.

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Pairwise Alignment Global & local alignment

Pairwise Alignment Global & local alignment

Pairwise Alignment Global & local alignment. Anders Gorm Pedersen Molecular Evolution Group Center for Biological Sequence Analysis. Sequences are related. Darwin: all organisms are related through descent with modification => Sequences are related through descent with modification

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Pairwise Alignment Global & local alignment

Pairwise Alignment Global & local alignment

Pairwise Alignment Global & local alignment. Anders Gorm Pedersen Molecular Evolution Group Center for Biological Sequence Analysis. Sequences are related. Darwin: all organisms are related through descent with modification => Sequences are related through descent with modification

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Coral Banded Shrimp

Coral Banded Shrimp

Coral Banded Shrimp. Aaron Race and Sam Minton. Background. Scientific name- Stenopus hispidus Found in pan-tropical regions Known for red and white stripes Compatible with most marine fishes Known as a cleaner organism- mutualistic symbiotic relationship with many fishes

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Gray Banded Kingsnake

Gray Banded Kingsnake

By Trevor. Gray Banded Kingsnake. Facts about the Gray Banded snakes. There are 23-25 rows of scales on the gray banded snake. The grey banded snake can be all black but very uncommon to see one black. It is a Mexican snake that is found in Mexico.

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Banded White Wares

Banded White Wares

Historic Ceramics of the Rio Grande Delta. If you have found ceramics like these or other historic artifacts, or are interested in learning more about CHAPS please visit us at: chaps@utpa.edu or contact Dr. Russell Skowronek at : rskowronek@utpa.edu. American- and English-made Ceramics

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Nine-banded armadillo ( Dasypus novemcinctus )

Nine-banded armadillo ( Dasypus novemcinctus )

Nine-banded armadillo ( Dasypus novemcinctus ). Previously a DERP under 2009 RCP Studbook kept by Amanda (Hall) Ott of the Scovill Zoo. Wild caught animals are available. Fifth most commonly held species under PAX TAG umbrella Have been kept in zoos since late 1800s.

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