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July 26, 2010, at 04:05 PM by 82.39.32.150 -
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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program written in perl script in 2008 to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program written in perl script in 2008 to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, GAUTAM ORF FINDER will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

July 21, 2010, at 03:28 PM by 82.39.32.150 -
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Then the complimentary DNA of this sequence is:

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Then the program will generate complimentary DNA sequence i.e.

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Now to get ORF the Orf finder will reverse this sequence i.e.

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Now to get ORF the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence i.e.

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Now the program will display 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence such as:

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Now the program will display 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Reverse complimentary DNA sequence such as:

July 21, 2010, at 03:19 PM by 82.39.32.150 -
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5 AGTTACATTG 3

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3 GTTACATTGA 5

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4th Reading frame: AGTTACATTG

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4th Reading frame: GTTACATTGA

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5th Reading frame: GTTACATTG

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5th Reading frame: TTACATTGA

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6th Reading frame: TTACATTG

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6th Reading frame: TACATTGA

July 21, 2010, at 02:04 PM by 82.39.32.150 -
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TCAATGTAAC

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TCAATGTAAC

July 21, 2010, at 11:56 AM by Shivaditya Gautam -
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Now to get ORF the ORF finder will reverse this sequence i.e.

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Now to get ORF the Orf finder will reverse this sequence i.e.

July 21, 2010, at 11:55 AM by Shivaditya Gautam - A web-based ORF finding tool.
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Now to get ORF the ORF FINDER 2008 will reverse this sequence i.e.

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Now to get ORF the ORF finder will reverse this sequence i.e.

July 21, 2010, at 08:09 AM by 82.39.32.150 -
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ORF FINDER 2008

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GAUTAM ORF FINDER

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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program written in perl script in 2008 to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

July 21, 2010, at 07:38 AM by 82.39.32.150 -
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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

July 21, 2010, at 07:36 AM by 82.39.32.150 -
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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

July 21, 2010, at 07:35 AM by 82.39.32.150 -
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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

July 21, 2010, at 07:35 AM by 82.39.32.150 -
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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

July 20, 2010, at 02:44 PM by 82.39.32.150 -
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http://www.bioinformatics.org/groups/?group_id=1052!! ORF FINDER 2008

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ORF FINDER 2008

July 20, 2010, at 02:43 PM by 82.39.32.150 -
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http://www.bioinformatics.org/groups/?group_id=1052!! ORF FINDER 2008

July 20, 2010, at 02:39 PM by 82.39.32.150 -
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Overview:

July 20, 2010, at 12:05 PM by Shivaditya Gautam - A web-based ORF finding tool.
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July 20, 2010, at 12:04 PM by Shivaditya Gautam - A web-based ORF finging tool.
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ORF FINDER 2008

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'-An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

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In the same way ORF FINDER 2008 will find ORF in other reading frames and at last the largest ORF will be the one which has the largest distance between START CODON & STOP CODON.-'

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In the same way ORF FINDER 2008 will find ORF in other reading frames and at last the largest ORF will be the one which has the largest distance between START CODON & STOP CODON.

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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

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'-An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

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In the same way ORF FINDER 2008 will find ORF in other reading frames and at last the largest ORF will be the one which has the largest distance between START CODON & STOP CODON.

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In the same way ORF FINDER 2008 will find ORF in other reading frames and at last the largest ORF will be the one which has the largest distance between START CODON & STOP CODON.-'

July 20, 2010, at 11:59 AM by Shivaditya Gautam -
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ORF FINDER 2008

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!! ORF FINDER 2008

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For example, if you input DNA SEQUENCE:

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For example, if you input DNA sequence:

July 20, 2010, at 10:20 AM by Shivaditya Gautam -
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1st Reading frame : TCAATGTAAC

2nd Reading frame: CAATGTAAC

3rd Reading frame: AATGTAAC

4th Reading frame: AGTTACATTG

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1st Reading frame : TCAATGTAAC

2nd Reading frame: CAATGTAAC

3rd Reading frame: AATGTAAC

4th Reading frame: AGTTACATTG

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5th Reading frame: GTTACATTG

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5th Reading frame: GTTACATTG

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6th Reading frame: TTACATTG

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6th Reading frame: TTACATTG

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July 20, 2010, at 10:15 AM by Shivaditya Gautam - Orf Finding web-based tool.
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For example, if you input DNA SEQUENCE : 5 TCAATGTAAC 3

Then the complimentary DNA of this sequence is: 5 AGTTACATTG 3

Now to get ORF the ORF FINDER 2008 will reverse this sequence i.e. 3 GTTACATTGA 5

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For example, if you input DNA SEQUENCE:

 5 TCAATGTAAC 3 

Then the complimentary DNA of this sequence is:

5 AGTTACATTG 3

Now to get ORF the ORF FINDER 2008 will reverse this sequence i.e.

3 GTTACATTGA 5

July 20, 2010, at 10:11 AM by Shivaditya Gautam -
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4th Reading frame: AGTTACATTG 5th Reading frame: GTTACATTG

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4th Reading frame: AGTTACATTG

5th Reading frame: GTTACATTG

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As there are following

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As there are following-

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July 20, 2010, at 10:07 AM by Shivaditya Gautam -
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For example, if you input DNA SEQUENCE \\ 5 TCAATGTAAC 3

Then the complimentary DNA of this sequence is: \\ 5 AGTTACATTG 3

Now to get ORF the ORF FINDER 2008 will reverse this sequence i.e. \\ 3 GTTACATTGA 5

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For example, if you input DNA SEQUENCE : 5 TCAATGTAAC 3

Then the complimentary DNA of this sequence is: 5 AGTTACATTG 3

Now to get ORF the ORF FINDER 2008 will reverse this sequence i.e. 3 GTTACATTGA 5

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\\ 1st Reading frame : TCAATGTAAC \\ 2nd Reading frame: CAATGTAAC

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1st Reading frame : TCAATGTAAC 2nd Reading frame: CAATGTAAC

July 20, 2010, at 10:05 AM by Shivaditya Gautam -
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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

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An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

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\\ 5 TCAATGTAAC 3

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5 AGTTACATTG 3

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\\ 5 AGTTACATTG 3

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3 GTTACATTGA 5

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\\ 3 GTTACATTGA 5

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1st Reading frame : TCAATGTAAC 2nd Reading frame: CAATGTAAC

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\\ 1st Reading frame : TCAATGTAAC \\ 2nd Reading frame: CAATGTAAC

July 20, 2010, at 10:03 AM by Shivaditya Gautam -
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ORF FINDER 2008

Overview:

An ORF (Open Reading Frame) finder is a web-based program to find Orf present in a DNA sequence. Based on your input, ORF FINDER 2008 will firstly generate complimentary DNA sequence. Secondly, to get Orf the program will generate reverse complimentary DNA sequence. Finally, the program generates 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence and then it displays Orf positions in all reading frames.

For example, if you input DNA SEQUENCE 5 TCAATGTAAC 3

Then the complimentary DNA of this sequence is: 5 AGTTACATTG 3

Now to get ORF the ORF FINDER 2008 will reverse this sequence i.e. 3 GTTACATTGA 5

Now the program will display 6 reading frames out of which there are 3 reading frames from DNA sequence and 3 reading frames from Complimentary DNA sequence such as:

1st Reading frame : TCAATGTAAC 2nd Reading frame: CAATGTAAC 3rd Reading frame: AATGTAAC 4th Reading frame: AGTTACATTG 5th Reading frame: GTTACATTG 6th Reading frame: TTACATTG

As there are following START CODONS: ATG, GTG, TTG STOP CODONS: TAA, TAG, TGA

So if you consider 1st Reading frame i.e. TCAATGTAAC

Then it can be concluded that ORF will be present between ATG & TAA because ORFs are located between the start-code sequence (initiation codon) and the stop-code sequence (termination codon).

In the same way ORF FINDER 2008 will find ORF in other reading frames and at last the largest ORF will be the one which has the largest distance between START CODON & STOP CODON.