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This application is useful for those who study of molecular evolution and comparative genomics. The gamma series method for estimating Ka and Ks is highly accurate and gives reliable estimates when whole sequences rather than only the sequences of selected genes or genes of interest are compared. In the application, sliding window γ-series method is incorporated for setting up the width of the sliding window for the gamma series method. In addition, it is designed to be simply and easily to use.
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– Calculate Ka and Ks for any selected genes, so you can use it to your own research.
– Simply type your gene information in FASTA format, either from the file or directly input the sequences in the FASTA format.
– To enable you to automatically align the sequences in the application, you may select to add a sequence to the FASTA file automatically.
– To automatically calculate Ka and Ks, there is a default setting, which allows you to calculate Ka and Ks by quickly setting up your own sliding window.
– If you need to run for many genes and sequences, you may specify the width of the sliding window for the gamma series method by using the “Parameters” tab. Otherwise, the default setting of width will be used.
The program can be used on Windows XP. The computing time of the program and sequence alignment depends on the number of sequences (also depends on the number of genes or sequences), the number of genes and the length of genes.
The running time and memory will be approximately as follows:
Sequence alignment in KaKs_Calculator
Compute time (in seconds)
In case when the data size is 10,000 genes or 10,000,000 sequences, the sequence alignment is done by Xing’s Muscle or Muscle. For the reference, see this article for the comparison of Xing’s Muscle and Muscle.
For the comparison, see this article.
Another possible way to get faster speed is to use Xing’s Muscle directly. In that case, the application can be
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It is designed for estimating Ka, Ks and other parameters and different strategies used in calculating these parameters. Key features:
1. Provides options for calculating a variety of parameters of interest
(DNA/RNA sequences, proteins, and nucleotide sequences.
2. Provides options for calculating parameters using gamma-series.
3. Calculates parameters using sliding window in tandem mode.
4. Provides options for calculating parameters in a single-edged and
5. Provides options for calculating the number of segregating sites.
6. Interface is user-friendly and easy to use.
7. Runs on various operating systems. UNPUBLISHED
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KaKs_Calculator Crack + [Win/Mac] (Updated 2022)
KaKs_Calculator is a simple, easy to use application designed to be a toolkit of incorporating gamma series methods and sliding window strategies.
For reference, you can check out the following:
Da-Peng Wang, Hao-Lei Wan, Song Zhang and Jun Yu. γ-MYN: a new algorithm for estimating Ka and Ks with consideration of variable substitution rates. Biology Direct 2009, 4:20.
Dapeng Wang, Song Zhang, Fuhong He, Jiang Zhu, Songnian Hu, Jun Yu. How Do Variable Substitution Rates Influence Ka and Ks Calculations?Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics. 2009 Sep;7(3):116-27.
Dapeng Wang, Yubin Zhang, Zhang Zhang, Jiang Zhu, Jun Yu. KaKs_Calculator 2.0: a toolkit incorporating gamma-series methods and sliding window strategies.Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics. 2010 Mar;8(1):77-80.
This toolkit contains the following components:
The toolkit is developed and maintained by Dapeng Wang.
The source code is available on github at
*.Net Framework 4.0 or greater
* Windows Installer (MSI) 3.0 or greater
* Windows Installer 4.0 or greater
* Windows Installer 3.1 or greater
* Windows Installer 4.5 or greater
* Visual Studio 2010 or greater
* SharpDevelop 3.0 or greater
* KDevelop 4.1 or greater
Please read the above articles or visit our site at for more detail.
For more information, visit the following sites:
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This program is a toolkit of γ-series methods and sliding window strategies.
gamma series methods:
It can calculate Ka and Ks from sequences of two distinct taxons by using γ-series methods, such as iKa, iKs, KaKs_MW and KaKs_SM.
Sliding window strategies:
Sliding window strategies can improve the performance when dealing with incomplete sequences.
This program is a perfect reference for academics and professionals who need to calculate Ka and Ks with variable substitution rates.
Currently, the KaKs_Calculator supports following tree types:
Neighbour joining tree,
Maximum likelihood tree.
Translations (Windows and Linux versions):
You can download the translations for Windows and Linux, or you can request to download the translations.
The translations of this program are completed.
For more information, please visit the following link:
If you need any help using this toolkit, please contact us by email.
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