cbrc
MAFFT version 7

Multiple alignment program for amino acid or nucleotide sequences

Merge two or more sub MSAs into a single MSA In alpha testing (2015/Jun) Help

Two or more sub MSAs are merged into a single MSA.  Sub MSAs are assumed to be phylogenetically separated from each other.  If it cannot be assumed, try --add or --addfragments.
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Sub MSA aExample
Gaps (-) will be preserved, except for gap-only sites.

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Sub MSA bExample
Gaps (-) will be preserved, except for gap-only sites.

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Sub MSA c ... 

Sub MSA d ... 

Sub MSA e ... 

Orphan sequences ... 

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Direction of nucleotide sequences:

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Output order:

Sequence title:

Notify when finished (optional; recommended when submitting large data):
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Advanced settings

Strategy:
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Progressive methods


Iterative refinement methods

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Align unrelated segments, too? in Alpha Testing (2014/Mar)
If the input data is expected to be globally conserved but locally contaminated by unrelated segments, try 'Unalignlevel>0' and possibly 'Leave gappy regions'.

Unalignlevel:

↑ Default
This feature is available only when G-INS-1 or G-INS-i is selected in the Strategy section above.


Parameters:
Scoring matrix for amino acid sequences:
Scoring matrix for nucleotide sequences:
↑ Switch this to '1PAM / κ=2' when aligning closely related DNA sequences.
Gap opening penalty: (1.0 - 5.0)
Offset value: (0.0 - 1.0)

Score of N in nucleotide data: Example

↓ Long stretches of Ns tend to be gapped (excluded from the alignment).

Experimental option (2016/Apr/26)
↑ Try this if Ns should be aligned with usual letters.

Plot LAST hits (DNA only):


Threshold: