Conserved Sequences Analysis Service


In biology, conserved sequences refers to similar or identical sequences that occur within nucleic acid sequences, protein sequences or polymeric carbohydrates across species or within different molecules produced by the same organism. In terms of cross species conservation, it indicates that a particular sequence may have been unchanged by evolution. The further back up the phylogenetic tree a specific conserved sequence may occur the more highly conserved it is said to be. Because sequence information is regularly transmitted from parents to offspring by genes, a conserved sequence indicates that there is a conserved gene. It is universally believed that mutation in a highly conserved region results in a non-viable life form, or a form that is eliminated by natural selection. What determines conserved and non-conserved depends on the environment. Now, bioinformaticians at Creative Proteomics are glad to tell you we are open to help you with Conserved Sequences Analysis Service!

Conserved Sequences Analysis Service

Conserved sequences play important biological roles in cellular processes, including:

Applications of conserved sequences

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As one of the leading omics industry company in the world! Creative Proteomics now is opening to provide conserved sequences analysis service for our customers. We hope you will find that we can meet your research needs. Contact us for all the detailed information!


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