Protein Alignment Tracks
To see a Protein Alignment Report showing the detailed alignment of amino acids, click a grey rectangle. The alignments are generated with the Smith-Waterman double affine algorithm.
White/light blue areas within the grey rectangles denote gaps of more than three amino acids in the translated gene sequence that do not have corresponding sequence in the matched protein.
Red areas indicate extra sequences of more than three amino acids in the matched protein that do not have a corresponding sequence in the translated gene. A red hairline between grey rectangles marks the location where the sequence is missing, and the attached red rectangle just below the grey bar shows the length of the extra sequence.
The text for each track displays the following information:
The description includes the name of the database, the ID and description of the protein, and in brackets, the organism name. To view the external database's record for that protein, click the description.