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There are several items that relate to the concerted evolution between pairs of sequences (especially structural) rRNA as a consequence of physical interaction in tertiary, or even quaternary supramolecular structure. My question is focused mainly on analysis with which one can recognize that a change in one nucleotide in a sequence, is the result of the alteration in the other (compensatory mutation), because although an alignment is a good approximation, it generates curiosity some more refined algorithms can quantify the change between nucleotides caused by a compensatory mutation event?

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put on hold as too broad by WYSIWYG, Bez, Chris, Cornelius, Remi.b Dec 14 at 17:12

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Hi! I don't really understand what your question is. I can see the question mark but I am not sure this is a question. Also, your paragraph contains only two sentences. It is good to make post as simple as possible, using short sentences. Finally, although I don't understand what your question is, it seems to me that your question is too broad. –  Remi.b Dec 14 at 17:12