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BI119G, Introdution to Bioinformatics, Spring term 2020Assignment 3Multiple AlignmentTHIS TABLE WILL BE FILLED IN BY THE TEACHERQuestionMax scoreYour scoreComments1123324352617484Total20Write your answer to each question below, as indicated by the numbering.1)SL.NOAccession NumberEntries1Q29482CLUS_HORSE2Q29549CLUS_PIG3P05371CLUS_RAT4Q9XSC5CLUS_RABIT5P10909CLUS_HUMAN6Q06890CLUS_MOUSE7P17697CLUS_BOVIN8P25473CLUS_CANLF9G3HNJ3G3HNJ3_CRIGR10H0VVP2H0VVP2_CAVPO
BI119G, Introdution to Bioinformatics, Spring term 20202)3) I chosen my conserved region by looking the similarity between the amino acids, there are twenty-nine (29) fully conserved positions and one (1) of them is partially conserved in my alignment which isshown in boxed region denoted by asterisk (*) symbol and colon (:).Amino acids appear in the most conserved positionsT(threonine),C(cysteine), M(methionine), K(lysine), F(phenylalanine), Y(tyrosine), A(alanine),R(arginine), V(valine), C(cysteine), R(arginine), S(serine), G(glycine), S(serine), G(glycine), L(leucine),

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