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  • Initialism of Similarity Matrix of Protein. It is a freely accessible database of protein similarities created using distributed computing.

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  • (NC_AT) were used to revise the SIMAP derived LS classification.

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  • SIMAP matrices for 25\%, 30\% and 35\% threshold values are also listed in the attached worksheets.

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  • Arnold R, Tischler P, Lindner D, Stumpflen V, et al. (2006) SIMAP: the similarity matrix of proteins.

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  • No more than 1\% of the SIMAP data and our homology search data showed discrepancies in terms of LS groupings.

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  • Rattei T, Tischler P, Truong MD, Stumpflen V, et al. (2005) SIMAP - The similarity matrix of proteins.

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  • N. crassa gene and classified them into six mutually exclusive LS groups using the SIMAP (similarity matrix of proteins) database

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  • N. crassa PCGs were searched in these genomes using the same criteria used for SIMAP database, and results were subsequently cross-examined with retrieved data from SIMAP.

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  • SIMAP calculate similarities between proteins, and supplies the resulting data to many bioinformatics research projects.

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