In article <4qtukd$hqa at montespan.pasteur.fr>,
Xavier Cousin <xcousin at pasteur.fr> writes:
>>Another question is about the distribution of the 2% differences. Is this a
>general percentage (I guess) ? Are some genes more than 2 % different between
>chimps and human ? (in developmental genes as suggest Francois).
>>In this case the "2% difference" is not very informative.
> I saw some chimps genes that individually are more than 2% differents
from the homolog human gene, at the protein level, so that the putative 2%
should one the whole genome.
I think that this difference was found using hybridization energy
calculation (like it's done for bacterial specification experiments).
It involves the whole genome.
If someone can sne dany reference about those 2%...
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