protein alignment display

Jerry Learn learn at u.washington.edu
Thu Feb 22 18:23:44 EST 1996

In article <4g2gc0$1emc at bigblue.oit.unc.edu>, ewb at med.unc.edu (Edward W.
Baptist) wrote:

>Is there a program which will take a protein alignment (such as a GCG msf
>file) and display all amino acids which match either a particular sequence
>or a consensus sequence and display those  as either dots or dashes while
>printing out only the ones that differ?

Also, readseq will do this.  In addition, it is a useful utility for
transferring sequences from one format to another.  It is available for a
number of computer platforms (see
Jerry Learn

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