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  • noun Plural form of ortholog.

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Examples

  • The following protein pairs could be unambiguously identified as orthologs on the basis of common domain architecture and high sequence identity: (A) C34F11. 9a / DVL2, (B)

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  • The following protein pairs could be unambiguously identified as orthologs on the basis of common domain architecture and high sequence identity: (A) C34F11. 9a / DVL2, (B)

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  • The following protein pairs could be unambiguously identified as orthologs on the basis of common domain architecture and high sequence identity: (A) C34F11. 9a / DVL2, (B)

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  • The following protein pairs could be unambiguously identified as orthologs on the basis of common domain architecture and high sequence identity: (A) C34F11. 9a / DVL2, (B)

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  • The following protein pairs could be unambiguously identified as orthologs on the basis of common domain architecture and high sequence identity: (A) C34F11. 9a / DVL2, (B)

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  • The following protein pairs could be unambiguously identified as orthologs on the basis of common domain architecture and high sequence identity: (A) C34F11. 9a / DVL2, (B)

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  • The following protein pairs could be unambiguously identified as orthologs on the basis of common domain architecture and high sequence identity: (A) C34F11. 9a / DVL2, (B)

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  • The following protein pairs could be unambiguously identified as orthologs on the basis of common domain architecture and high sequence identity: (A) C34F11. 9a / DVL2, (B)

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  • The following protein pairs could be unambiguously identified as orthologs on the basis of common domain architecture and high sequence identity: (A) C34F11. 9a / DVL2, (B)

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  • For comparison, we also gathered the closest non-orthologs, meaning sequences close in sequence space, yet falling just outside the ortholog cluster.

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