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Introduction to Bioinformatics, BI119G, Spring term 2020Assignment 2Pairwise alignmentInstructionsThis assignment consists of questions based on the material covered in lecture 3 and 4, on the topics“Pairwise alignment” and "Homology search". The questions should be answered in a written reportand submitted on the course website before the submission deadline of19 April(up to 1 minute beforemidnight).You should use the report template distributed with the assignment(file name"Assignment2_Report_template.docx"). The maximum score for the assignment is 20 and the gradingscheme is as follows:ScoreSwedish gradeECTS grade0-10UF11-12GE13-14GD15-16GC17-18VGB19-20VGAIn case of a U/F grade you will get one opportunity for re-examination. In that case, you will get a newset of questions and/or a new data set to work with.Please note that the assignment must be solved by each student individually and independently, sincethis is part of the examination for the course. It is not allowed to cooperate with other students orcopy text from other sources when you answer the questions. Any undue actions will be reported tothe Disciplinary Committee.Regarding clarity of your answers:In each answer you should provide sufficient information so thatwe can reproduce your result. All answers will be evaluated by the examiner by repeating what youdid and checking if the results correspond to what you have stated in your answer.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------INSTRUCTIONSIn the attached document GeneNames2.pdf there is a list of 365 gene names and 365 dates. Start bylocating the row that corresponds to your birthday. The gene name on that row is the one you should

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Bioinformatics, DNA, Sequence alignment

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