|| NFINbs Nothobranchius furzeri BLAST Server
The Nothobranchius furzeri BLAST Server (NFINbs)
provides BLAST search access to the latest N. furzeri genome assembly and genes produced at the FLI in Jena (1-5) and at Stanford University (6-7).
Please cite the following publication,
If you use data (1-5) produced at the FLI from this BLAST server:
Reichwald, K, et al.: Insights into Sex Chromosome Evolution and Aging from the Genome of a Short-Lived Fish,
Cell.,2015 Dec 3,163(6):1527-38, ISSN 0092-8674, doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2015.10.071.
If you use data (6-7) produced at Stanford University:
Valenzano, D.R., et al.: The African Turquoise Killifish Genome Provides Insights into Evolution and Genetic Architecture of Lifespan,
Cell., 2015 Dec 3;163(6):1539-54, ISSN 0092-8674, doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2015.11.008.
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View original BLAST documentation at NCBI.
Enter your sequence as plain text or in fastA format.
The statistical significance threshold for reporting
matches against database sequences. The expect value
given for each HSP in the BLAST report specifies
the expectancy value for the number of database
entries to be found merely by chance, according to the stochastic model
of Karlin and Altschul (1990). If the statistical
significance ascribed to a match is higher than the
expect threshold, the match will not be reported.
Lower expect thresholds are more stringent, leading
to fewer chance matches being reported. Fractional
values are acceptable.
Though you may extend the number of matching database entries
by rising the expect threshold the maximum total number of entries
that's reported is restricted to 120 (the best matching entries
are displayed). Beside that, the threshold value is restricted to
a maximum of 5.0e-4. A higher value won't add any meaningful hit
to your search result (believe it).
Altschul, Stephen F., Warren Gish, Webb Miller, Eugene W. Myers,
and David J. Lipman. Basic local alignment
search tool. J. Mol. Biol. 215, 403-410 (1990).
Karlin, Samuel and Stephen F. Altschul (1990). Methods for
assessing the statistical significance of molecular sequence
features by using general scoring schemes. Proc. Natl. Acad.
Sci. USA 87:2264-68.