converting protein alignments to DNA

Dan Davison Davison at UH.EDU
Tue Mar 4 11:50:17 EST 1997


Andrew Roger said:
> Last year someone posted a request to this group regarding
> software that will automatically convert a protein alignment
> into a DNA alignment. That is, given a set of aligned amino
> acid sequences, the algorithm would introduce corresponding
> gaps into a set of unaligned DNA sequences (that code for the
> amino acid sequences).

Bill Pearson has MTRANS, and Doug Ernesee's DNA TRANSLATOR both do
this. Bill's is on ftp.virginia.edu, I think in pub/fasta, and Doug's
is available lots of places...try his web page first.


dan
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-- 
dr. dan davison/dept. of biochemical and biophysical sciences/univ. of
Houston/4800 Calhoun/Houston,TX 77204-5934/davison at uh.edu/DAVISON at UHOU
Disclaimer: As always, I speak only for myself, and, usually, only to
myself.



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