[EMBOSS] Does emboss have a handy way for mutate a protein sequence?
Marc.Logghe at DEVGEN.com
Tue Mar 7 07:59:27 UTC 2006
Can msbar do something for you ? Msbar = "Mutate sequence beyond all
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> [mailto:emboss-bounces at emboss.open-bio.org] On Behalf Of Zhiqiang Ye
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> Subject: [EMBOSS] Does emboss have a handy way for mutate a
> protein sequence?
> Dear all,
> Does emboss have a handy way for mutate a protein
> sequence by the specified way?
> For example, I have a sequence foo.fasta
> It has a mutant called 'A2L'. Is there any way to do this
> operation to output(with an option to check the foo.fasta has
> 'A' at position
> >foo A2L
> My way: use extractseq to extract two file: one before
> position 2, the other after postion 2. Then creat a fasta
> file contain 'L'. After that, I use union to connect these
> 3 sequence file in to one.
> Or write a perl script to do this by change a string's substring.
> How If emboss could provide a 'mutate' !
> Thank you :)
> Best regards!
> Zhiqiang Ye
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