genetics/genome sequencing

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I pasted the sequences of human and chimps into Transeq and this is what I got:



I know that the * signifies gaps. I need help with this question, as I am not sure what it means/how to answer it? Thanks!

Speculate with the functionality of the orthologs in humans taking into account that the gene under study has 42 exons.

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