Expand (e.g. to paste a long amino-acid sequence)
Examples: Entry HUMAN22169 - Entry P53_RAT - Search for "photoreceptor" - "Drosophila" species
Introduction to OMA: See OMA in a nutshell (Introduction) in OMA doc.
Familiarise yourself with orthology basics: Swiss Orthology , Orthology benchmark.
Familiarise yourself with the different types of homologs in the OMA doc.
Get ideas about different types of analyses you could do with OMA.
If you use OMA in your work, please consider citing:
Altenhoff A et al., OMA orthology in 2021: website overhaul, conserved isoforms, ancestral gene order and more Nucleic Acids Research, gka1007, (doi:10.1093/nar/gkaa1007)