protein based nucleotide multiple alignments

Dan dan.kortschak at adelaide.edu.au
Mon Feb 19 23:27:23 EST 2001

Hi Everyone, after trying to find an program to align multiple
nucleotide sequences based on a protein multiple alignment I have given
up and written one for myself using perl. The program allows you to get
around the problems of optimal nucleotide alignments that are unlikely
to be evolutionarily significant due to matches in adjacent codons in
protein coding sequeces. I'd like to write it up somewhere, but I have
no idea where to find references that say that this kind of thing is
Does anyone have any idea where I would find this (or if it exists)?

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Dan Kortschak

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