AltAVisT: Comparing alternative multiple sequence alignments

Morgenstern B, Goel S, Sczyrba A, Dress A (2003)
BIOINFORMATICS 19(3): 425-426.

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We introduce a WWW-based tool that is able to compare two alternative multiple alignments of a given sequence set. Regions where both alignments coincide are color-coded to visualize the local agreement between the two alignments and to identify those regions that can be considered to be reliably aligned.
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Morgenstern B, Goel S, Sczyrba A, Dress A. AltAVisT: Comparing alternative multiple sequence alignments. BIOINFORMATICS. 2003;19(3):425-426.
Morgenstern, B., Goel, S., Sczyrba, A., & Dress, A. (2003). AltAVisT: Comparing alternative multiple sequence alignments. BIOINFORMATICS, 19(3), 425-426.
Morgenstern, B., Goel, S., Sczyrba, A., and Dress, A. (2003). AltAVisT: Comparing alternative multiple sequence alignments. BIOINFORMATICS 19, 425-426.
Morgenstern, B., et al., 2003. AltAVisT: Comparing alternative multiple sequence alignments. BIOINFORMATICS, 19(3), p 425-426.
B. Morgenstern, et al., “AltAVisT: Comparing alternative multiple sequence alignments”, BIOINFORMATICS, vol. 19, 2003, pp. 425-426.
Morgenstern, B., Goel, S., Sczyrba, A., Dress, A.: AltAVisT: Comparing alternative multiple sequence alignments. BIOINFORMATICS. 19, 425-426 (2003).
Morgenstern, B, Goel, S, Sczyrba, Alexander, and Dress, Andreas. “AltAVisT: Comparing alternative multiple sequence alignments”. BIOINFORMATICS 19.3 (2003): 425-426.
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