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Online tools The ratio of nonsynonymous (Ka) to synonymous (Ks) nucleotide substitution rates is an indicator of selective pressures on genes, and can be used to identify pairwise combinations of genes or branches of gene phylogenetic trees, where encoded proteins may have changed function.

  • Warning: the service is not further developed, and provided as-is to the community

  • Please note that results are not ensured if the task runs for more than 16 hours

Scientific questions: David Liberles' group

Technical comments: services -at- cbu.uib.no

Ka/Ks Calculation tool

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Tree

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Ka/Ks parameters

Codon bias

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Determine Ignore Choose percentage
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