Peter Rice peter.rice at
Tue Jun 18 15:21:28 UTC 2002

"Gary Williams, Tel 01223 494522" wrote:
> You get the output in 'fasta' format by default.
> If you want it in 'ncbi' format, then you have to ask for it:
> transeq nucleic.seq ncbi::protein.pep
> or
> transeq nucleic.seq -osf ncbi protein.pep

You still lose the "UG" database name. You wil get an identifier of:


NCBI's "FASTA" identifiers are strange things that EMBOSS can read but not
save completely ... but this should not be a problem because "UG" is not
really the database name for the protein translation.


Peter Rice, LION Bioscience Ltd, Cambridge, UK
peter.rice at +44 1223 224723

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