Protein identity

Thomas Seib hgtsei at med-rz.uni-sb.de
Tue Jan 6 11:03:13 EST 1998

In article <68binj$poo$1 at news.fas.harvard.edu>, remeans at fas.harvard.edu
(Robert Means) wrote:

> Hello All,
>         Here is a slightly stupid question. Our lab has recently gotten
> into doing a lot of protein alignments. Is there a public domain program
> out there for taking two (or more) proteins either 
> and comparing them to give a % amino acid similarity, identity, and/or
> homology? We have been doing alignments with clustalW if this is useful
> info. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> Bob Means

Hello Bob,
AnTheProt will do the job ("Analyze The Proteins"). It is a public
domain program running under Windows95. Sorry for not having the www-
adress available! If you don´t find it using searching engines, please
contact me and I will look for the adress.


Thomas Seib
Kantstr. 12
66292 Riegelsberg

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