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Old 03-05-2012, 12:52 PM   #1
Chuckytah
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Unhappy Blastclust 85%???

Hello

i'm sorry if my question will be very stupid... but i'm lost =x

I have my data something like this
Genes Seq.Length Number EST Blastclust 85%
gene A 600 9 0
gene B 1900 1102 7
gene C 3000 520 84

whats the meaning of Blastclust 85%? I know that is a algorithm that agglomerates the ESTs that were generated by the same mRNA... but what is the value of 85%? is it a cutoff? a similarity? and the values ​​below for each gene? the 0 and the 7 and the 84? I trully dont know dont be mad at me... pls give me a hand
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