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Yeast - Industrial Applications
Ortholog are genes in different species, evolving from a common ancestor. Ortholog detection is essential to study phylogenies and to predict the function of unknown genes. The scalability of gene (or protein) pairwise comparisons and that of the classification process constitutes a challenge due to the ever-increasing amount of sequenced genomes. Ortholog detection algorithms, just based on sequence similarity, tend to fail in classification, specifically, in Saccharomycete yeasts with rampantdoi:10.5772/intechopen.70479 fatcat:ohsspdtebzbnff46alosjlnmzu