In bioinformatics,arrangement in sequence (Where sequential arrangement) is a method of arranging the components (nucleotides or amino acids) of a DNA, RNA, or primary protein sequence to identify areas of agreement that reflect similarities or dissimilarities in their historical nature. Aligned sequences are traditionally represented as rows of a matrix. Holes are arranged to accommodate common symbols in consecutive columns.
Alignment is especially used for:
- identify functional sites
- to predict the function(s) of a protein (A protein is a biological macromolecule consisting of one or more…)
- predict secondary structure (Secondary structure in biochemistry and structural biology is only concerned with…) of protein (even tertiary).
- constructs a phylogeny
When two sequences in an alignment share a common ancestor (In phylogeny, the common ancestor for several species is the most individual…)mismatches are interpreted as mutation points or insertion or deletion sites.
How to understand life (Life is a given name 🙂, proteins play an important role. Therefore, it is assumed that proteins with similar sequences are more likely to have similar physicochemical properties. By identifying sequence similarities between a first protein with a known mechanism of action and a second protein with an unknown mechanism of action, structural or functional similarities to an unknown sequence can be inferred and verification suggested. such a way experimental (In art, these are creative approaches based on questioning dogmas…) hypothesized movement behavior.
Score and compare matrices
Most of the methods for aligning biological sequences and especially the methodsarrangement in sequence (Sequence alignment (or sequence alignment) in bioinformatics is a…) proteins try to optimize the conformational calculus. This score is related to the degree of similarity between the two compared sequences. This, on the one hand, takes into account number (The concept of number in linguistics is considered in the article “Number…”) ofacid (An acid is a chemical compound generally defined by its reactions…) the number of identical amino acids between two sequences and the number of similar amino acids at the physicochemical level on the other hand. We find two amino acids that are very close to each other in the two sequences Lysine (L-lysine is one of the 20 most common amino acids that make up proteins. It…) (K) and Arginine (Arginine (abbreviated Arg or R) is an amino acid. One of the 20…) (R), we talk conservative substitution (the side chains of these two amino acids are both a to fill (Payload means what it actually is…) positive).
It required definition (A definition is a conversation that tells what something is or what a name means. So…) formal identity or similarity score between two given amino acids. This was the reason Similarity matrices, Mwhich determinestogether (In set theory, a set intuitively defines a collection…) points M(a,b) is obtained when replacingamino acid (An amino acid is an organic molecule with a carbon skeleton and…) there is with acid b. Several of these 20 x 20 matrices (for 20 amino acids) have different structural modes. We can mention the most classic:
- Dayhoff matrices are called PAM (probability of acceptable mutations), based on evolutionary distances between species
- Henikoff matrices, called BLOSUMs, based on the information content of substitutions
Each family has several rows of matrices, stiffness variable (Represented in mathematics and logic by the variable symbol. This…)and therefore more or less tolerant to amino acid substitution.
Corrections are usually presented in graphic or text format. In most descriptions of sequential arrangements, the sequences are written in rows, arranged so that the common components appear in consecutive columns. Columns arranged in text format contain the same or similar characters specified by the sequence character system. An asterisk is used to indicate identity between columns. Many programs use it color (Color is the eye’s subjective perception of one or more wave frequencies…) to differentiate data. The use of color for DNA or RNA allows nucleotides to be distinguished. For alignment of proteins, it can show the properties of amino acids, which help to infer the conservation of the role of a substituted amino acid.
When multiple sequences are involved, the last line is added to finalize the consensus.
There are two types of alignment that differ in complexity:
- can be performed thanks to the pairwise alignment algorithm, which consists of the alignment of two sequences. complexity (Complexity is a concept used in philosophy, epistemology (for…) polynomial. It is possible to correct:
- global, i.e. between two sequences as a whole length (The length of an object is the distance between its two farthest ends…) (FASTA)
- local, between a sequence and part of another sequence (BLAST)
- A multiple alignment, which is a global alignment, involves the alignment of more than two sequences and time (Time, by man… exponential computing and storage space depending on its size data (In information technology (IT), data is an elementary description, often…).
sequential alignment performed by ClustalW between two human proteins.
Sequence alignments can be provided in different file formats, for example, depending on the specific software used: FASTA format, GenBank, … However, in laboratories research (Scientific research is primarily…special use of technical means may reduce the choice of format.