<DIV>I have a question regarding to find a new protein family in a new
<DIV>Suppose we have the whole proteome of organism "<STRONG>O</STRONG>",
although we have 200 proteins regarding to protein family <STRONG>"F"
</STRONG>those belongs to several subunits of complete system <STRONG>
"S"</STRONG>. We doubt whether there is system "S" in organism "O" or
not. I have done a multiple alignment among whole proteome of "O" (almost
1200 proteins) and all the proteins belonging to "<STRONG>F</STRONG>"
acheieved from several organisms those are proven to have system "S"
in them. I achieved a huge alignment file. Now I do not know how can I find
that are there any proteins in "O" proteome relating to "F" family.</DIV>
<DIV>Please guide me in this regard.</DIV>
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