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FASTA syntax highlight

FASTA is among the most common text formats for nucleotide or amino acid sequences. I use medit and a feature that I have been looking for is a syntax highlighting for FASTA files. I want to have colour code for … Continue reading

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Converting sequences by squizz

Sometimes I need to have a DNA or amino acid sequence (or an alignment) in several different formats. A neat little program that can convert between different sequence formats is squizz. Its primary function is to serve as a sequence … Continue reading

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Protein MSA secondary structure

I needed to predict the secondary structure of amino acid sequences, already in a multiple sequence alignment (MSA). This means that the sequences had gaps, which could be a problem. I searched the net for a suitable, easy-to-use application or … Continue reading

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Amino acid sequence as a column

I need to present an amino acid sequence as a column, so I can paste it in a spreadsheet document (to serve as a reference to other analyses). There is a relatively straightforward way to do this.

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