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Why higher-numbered BLOSUM work better for sequences with high identites?

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Default Why higher-numbered BLOSUM work better for sequences with high identites?



Please help me out if you know, preparing for my entrance level bioinformatics exam...

We all know that higher-numbered BLOSUM matrices work better for sequences with high identites and vice versa. But why is this? Thanks!
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