Hypothesis Tesing 2 Comparing Samples Multiple Alignment Stuart M Brown NYU School of Medicine Learning Objectives Understand the need for multiple alignment methods in biology Optimal methods dynamic programming are not practical to align many sequences ID: 206170 Download Presentation
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Hypothesis Tesing 2: Comparing Samples. Multiple Alignment. Stuart M. Brown. NYU School of Medicine. Learning Objectives. Understand the need for multiple alignment methods in biology. Optimal methods (dynamic programming) are not practical to align many sequences.
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