[BiO BB] Consensus Sequence Plots
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Thu Jun 7 04:56:31 EDT 2007
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On 6/7/07, Sipos Botond <sbotond at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think sequence logos may be useful for this problem.
> On 6/6/07, Daniel Harari <lcharari at yahoo.com > wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > I am in need of a program that will have the capacity to scan large
> > of multiple sequence protein alignments ( e.g 2500 sequences of a
> > 500 amino acids in length), in the search regions of consensus
> > sequences. The input alignment file will be in clustal or Muscle
> > format. I am looking for either a graphical or tabular
> output, where if
> > possible, it would be able to home in on regions of interest and analyze
> > them more thoroughly.
> > Any recommendations would be very much appreciated.
> > Regards,
> > Daniel
> > Daniel Harari, PhD.
> > Chaim Orbach 15A.
> > Rehovot, 76534
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> > Email: daniel.harari at yahoo.com
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