Search restriction to N-terminal?

Francois Jeanmougin pingouin at crystal.u-strasbg.fr
Thu Nov 28 04:46:24 EST 1996


In article <329CC8F5.655A at mit.edu>,
	Harold Drabkin <hdrabkin at mit.edu> writes:
>Does anyone know of a program that could search the standard sequence
>databases of protein sequences for a particular di or tri peptide
>sequence, restricting the search to just the N-terminal? For example,
>how many proteins begin with V-D, or M-V-D?


	If you have access to gcg, you can try findpatterns, with
a pattern like '<MVD' on swissprot or trembl or whatever protein
database you have. 
	If you don't have access to GCG, I don't know how to
do that.
						Francois.
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