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August 15, 2006

DNA-protein alignment

Filed under: Bioinformatics — cupton @ 9:41 pm

Have you ever wanted to align a protein sequence to a DNA sequence?

There a few reasons this can be useful….

Well, you can do it easily with NAP, developed by Xiaoqiu Huang, which allows also allows gaps in the alignment.

Huang, Methods for Comparing a DNA Sequence with a Protein Sequence, Computer Applications in the Biosciences 12, pp. 497-506, 1996.

We liked NAP so much we incorporated it into several of our tools (VOCs and VGO) with a JAVA interface. You can find our JAVA web interface to NAP here.

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