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Figure 1 | Algorithms for Molecular Biology

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From: Stability of multiple alignments and phylogenetic trees: an analysis of ABC-transporter proteins family

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Stability versus instability of molecular phylogenies (left) and alignments (right): A tree-reconstruction program produces a stable phylogeny if the phylogeny derived for a smaller sequence set coincides with the sub-phylogeny induced, for this smaller set, from the 'complete' phylogeny. Analogously, a multi-alignment program produces a stable alignment if the alignments of smaller sequence sets show the same columns as the corresponding subalignment of the 'complete' alignment.

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