amino acid alignments

Andy Law Big Nose Andy.Law at bbsrc.ac.uk
Tue Aug 22 09:59:09 EST 1995


In article <ae.28.00108D7D at dna.bio.warwick.ac.uk>,
ae at dna.bio.warwick.ac.uk wrote:

  > Does anyone know of a program that can identify amino acids with similar 
  > properties (e.g. charge, hydrophobicity) in a multiple sequence
alignment and 
  > then highlight these residues for presentation in a table?
  > Andrew Holmes
  > University of Warwick
  > xw at dna.bio.warwick.ac.uk

There is a Macintosh program called SeqVu that does what you want (I
believe). Anarchie says that you can get it from :-

<ftp://ftp.sunet.se//pub/molbio/mac/seqvu101.hqx>
<ftp://ftp.bio.indiana.edu//molbio/mac/seqvu101.hqx>
<ftp://sunsite.unc.edu//pub/academic/biology/molbio/mac/seqvu101.hqx>

Its $10 shareware.
-- 
Andy Law

( Andy.Law @ bbsrc.ac.uk )
( Big Nose in Edinburgh )




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