You can compare here two separate regions, either coding or non-coding, using the two boxes below. Note that for the analysis to make sense the two regions must be tightly linked in the genome

NAME OF THE REGION TO COMPARE:
TYPE OF SITES TO ANALYZE: (Only comparisons involving two mutually exclusive types of site are allowed) SET AS NEUTRAL (The Neutral Class selected will be compared to other types of site)
Coding: Analyze synonymous changes
Analyze non-synonymous changes
Analyze syn + non-syn changes
Analyze four-fold degenerate sites/changes ?
Analyze two-fold degenerate sites/changes ?
Analyze non-degenerate sites/changes ?
Non-Coding

PASTE THE SEQUENCES ( ) (Format must be FASTA)

Species 1

Upload a file:

Species 2
Upload a file:

ANNOTATIONS
Species 1


Species 2


* If you uploaded a file with the sequences, please write a line foreach sequence with its annotations as follows:
   Sequence 1 --> 1..500              from the first position until the position 500
   Sequence 2 --> 1..200,205..500
   from the first position until the position 200, and from the position 250 until the position 500
   etc.

NAME OF THE REGION TO COMPARE:
TYPE OF SITES TO ANALYZE: (Only comparisons involving two mutually exclusive types of site are allowed) SET AS NEUTRAL (The Neutral Class selected will be compared to other types of site)
Coding: Analyze synonymous changes
Analyze non-synonymous changes
Analyze syn + non-syn changes
Analyze four-fold degenerate sites/changes ?
Analyze two-fold degenerate sites/changes ?
Analyze non-degenerate sites/changes ?
Non-Coding

Paste the sequences or (Format must be FASTA)

Species 1

Upload a file:

Species 2
Upload a file:

ANNOTATIONS
Species 1


Species 2


* If you uploaded a file with the sequences, please write a line foreach sequence with its annotations as follows:
   Sequence 1 --> 1..500              from the first position until the position 500
   Sequence 2 --> 1..200,205..500
   from the first position until the position 200, and from the position 250 until the position 500
   etc.