Interested in a PLAGIARISM-FREE paper based on these particular instructions?...with 100% confidentiality?

Order Now

Problem 1 Derive weights for sequences GCTCTG, GCTCTG, CCTCAC, CCTCGC using Thompson, Higgins, and Gibson method Use the outline below (a-d) to solve this problem a) compute pairwise distances between sequences b) applyUPGMA method to join sequences and consequently the clusters) c) build phylogenetic tree d) derive sequence weights Problem 2 We assumed additive property when constructed UPGMA tree in problem 1. What is limitation of this assumption (if any)? Problem 3 The protein sequence of bacterial species “B3” was used to blast against swissprot protein database. The query returned significant hits to four other bacterial proteins (B1,B2,B4, B5), and one protein in human genome (H). No other mammalian species have shown presence of protein that is similar to B3. Phylogenetic tree construction by several methods resulted in a tree shown below. Explain the presence of this gene in humans. Problem 4 Describe technical and theoretical challenges associated with building phylogenetic trees. Problem 5 Compare and contrast parsimony, maximum likelihood, UPGMA, and neighbor-joining methods Problem 6 Create multiple sequence alignment and phylogenetic tree in R using ape and clustalw by following steps below: 1. Install clutalw (depending you your OS) on your computer using http://www.clustal.org/clustal2/ link 2. Open R. (all of the following steps will be implemented in R) 3. Set a working directory 4. Install pacage “ape” from your R session by typing (without “<” and “>” signs) 5. Load “ape” package by typing (without “<” and “>” signs) 6. Read accession numbers of sequences you downloaded for Homework 4 from GenBank; this step rather for exercising purposes since you have already downloaded these sequences. 7. Save the result from step 6 as file 8. Run clustalw by typing: (again, without “<” and “>” signs) 9. Read alignment file (*aln) it should be in your working directory 10. Create phylogenetic tree using neighbor-joining method 11. Plot the tree Submit working R-code in a separate file

Problem 1

Derive weights for sequences GCTCTG, GCTCTG, CCTCAC, CCTCGC using Thompson, Higgins, and Gibson method

 

Use the outline below (a-d) to solve this problem

 

a) compute pairwise distances between sequences

b) applyUPGMA method to join sequences and consequently the clusters)

c) build phylogenetic tree

d) derive sequence weights

 

Problem 2

We assumed additive property when constructed UPGMA tree in problem 1.

What is limitation of this assumption (if any)?

 

Problem 3

The protein sequence of bacterial species “B3” was used to blast against swissprot protein database. The query returned significant hits to four other bacterial proteins (B1,B2,B4, B5), and one protein in human genome (H). No other mammalian species have shown presence of protein that is similar to B3. Phylogenetic tree construction by several methods resulted in a tree shown below. Explain the presence of this gene in humans.

 

 

 

Problem 4

Describe technical and theoretical challenges associated with building phylogenetic trees.

 

 

Problem 5

Compare and contrast parsimony, maximum likelihood, UPGMA, and neighbor-joining methods

 

Problem 6

Create multiple sequence alignment and phylogenetic tree in R using ape and clustalw by following steps below:

  1. Install clutalw (depending you your OS) on your computer using http://www.clustal.org/clustal2/ link
  2. Open R. (all of the following steps will be implemented in R)
  3. Set a working directory
  4. Install pacage “ape” from your R session by typing <intall.packages(“ape”)> (without “<” and “>” signs)
  5. Load “ape” package by typing <library(“ape”)> (without “<” and “>” signs)
  6. Read accession numbers of sequences you downloaded for Homework 4 from GenBank; this step rather for exercising purposes since you have already downloaded these sequences.
  7. Save the result from step 6 as <new.fas> file
  8. Run clustalw by typing: <system(paste(‘”path_to_YOUR_clustalw/clustalw2.exe” new.fas’))>

(again, without “<” and “>” signs)

  1.  Read alignment file (*aln) it should be in your working directory
  2. Create phylogenetic tree using neighbor-joining method
  3. Plot the tree

Submit working R-code in a separate file

 

Interested in a PLAGIARISM-FREE paper based on these particular instructions?...with 100% confidentiality?

Order Now