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Old 12-14-2018, 05:28 AM   #1
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Post Hello everyone!

Hi there,

my name is Enrik, I live in Slovakia and I study applied biology.

Currently I am not working anywhere, but I'm doing my dissertation on Human accelerated regions (molecular evolution of humans in the lights of HARs; to be exact). I come here seeking for answers - I am the only one doing this kind of dissertation in my whole school and maybe even in state (at least I do not know about anyone), so it is really hard to get feedback.

Nevertheless, I hit an imaginary wall and I find it troubling to get past it -- I have the sequences I need, but I do not know what would be the ideal approach and procedure doing this; in the perspective of showing the regions and how they changed and if. There have been multiple studies on this subject, but they were with other sequences and I couldn't figure out how they did it. I have been trying on my own, the ones I thought would bring some results, but they were minimal.

Any help would be very appreciated, but if not, that's OK also.
Have a good day everyone.
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