BLASTPBasic Local Alignment Search Tool Program
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2010) and then BLASTP searched against the ARG database (E-value < 10-5) using the thresholds presented in Table 2 to determine the best match.
The sequences of functional domains were retrieved and subjected to BLASTP to find out their occurrence in different model organisms.
A BLASTP search against the NCBI protein database found that Bdor[alpha]6 sequence was highly similar to many other insect nAChR a subunits.
The amino acid sequence of each peptide isolated was analyzed for homology with PSA and other proteins by the BLASTP program using the SwissProt database.
The HaeBPF-specific accessory genome comprises these and another 10 coding sequences (Table 4), which remained apparently BPF specific after BLASTP analysis of their deduced amino acid sequences against the nondegenerate public databases (October 2011), which include many more Haemophilus sequences from incomplete genome sequencing projects (19).
A clear PCR product (268 bp) resulted and was then sequenced; the deduced amino acid sequence was compared with other sequences by using a BLASTP (http://blast.