[BiO BB] In search of complete conserved genes....

Iddo Friedberg idoerg at burnham.org
Wed Oct 5 12:30:43 EDT 2005

Look for a recent paper by Gill Bejerano, Jim Kent and David Haussler in 
Nature Methods. I think you'll find what you need in there.

dwivedbz at notes.udayton.edu wrote:

> Hello everyone!
> I am looking for complete conserved protein-coding genes that are 
> widely distributed among bacterial species (should be present in 
> atleast 6-7 bacterial species). Also, I need such genes to show high 
> degree of sequence similarities in the species they exist. I would 
> appreciate if you could help me out. 
> Thanks!
> Bhakti
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