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From: PR2ALIGN: a stand-alone software program and a web-server for protein sequence alignment using weighted biochemical properties of amino acids

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Comparison of the PR2ALIGN alignments with the alignments obtained using the VTML200 substitution matrix. Results are reported for five ranges of the percentage of pair-wise sequence identity. Green bars show the percentage of sequence pairs on which PR2ALIGN performs better than VTML200. Yellow bars show the percentage of sequence pairs on which PR2ALIGN and VTML200 show identical performance. Red bars show the percentage of sequence pairs on which VTML200 performs better than PR2ALIGN. The comparison was performed using the entire super-family (SUP) subset of the SABmark database [35]: 3,761 sequence pairs for the 0-10% range dataset, 8,521 for 10-20%, 4,181 for 20-30%, 1,952 for 30-40%, and 884 for 40-50%.

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