DNA consesus search software

Emmanuel Skoufos skoufs at pantheon.yale.edu
Tue Oct 29 16:18:05 EST 1996


On Tue, 29 Oct 1996, Wade Walke wrote:

> I'm looking for a program that can accept input of multiple small (10-20
> bp long) DNA sequences (possibly hundreds of different sequences) then
> compare and analyze them for various consensus motifs.  These sequences
> will not all fall into a single consensus motif so I cannot use a simple
> alignment program.  I what to know if any such program exists and if not
> is there anyone willing to write such a program given the proper
> incentive?
> 
> Wade Walke
> dwwalke at scripps.edu
> 

The multiple sequence alignment version of the BCM search launcher at:

<http://dot.imgen.bcm.tmc.edu:9331/multi-align/multi-align.html>

does this if you chose the MEME option.

For MEME documentation have a look at:

<http://www.sdsc.edu/MEME/meme.2.0/website/>

hope it helps,

Emmanuel


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