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Suppose you used the NCBI Blast server to look for a match to a fruit-fly gene. Suppose further that the best alignment contained this section of an alignment: Hit from database: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXNFSTSQ User sequence: SLEAEAAPASISPSNFSSSQ What do the Xs signify?
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