Sequence scrambler

Simon Andrews simon.andrews at bbsrc.ac.uk
Fri Jun 28 04:24:25 EST 2002


Emir Khatipov wrote:
> 
> Guys,
> It drives me crazy that I cannot remember where I saw a webtool that
> scrambles a given peptide sequence. That was not a primary function of that
> tool, and most probably that was a motif search program. Could someone
> remind me where on the web I could scramble the sequences. If you have other
> suggestions how I could do that without the web, please share your
> knowledge. I need to scramble about 60 peptides, and would hate to do that
> "by hand", saying nothing that the latter would introduce an "educated
> bias".


I think the EMBOSS Shuffleseq program should do what you want.  There
are a few web interfaces to it around, such as:

http://bioweb.pasteur.fr/seqanal/interfaces/shuffleseq.html

Hope this helps

Simon.



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