protein alignment program needed.

michael.baron at dltthis.bbsrc.ac.uk michael.baron at dltthis.bbsrc.ac.uk
Thu Apr 22 07:52:31 EST 1999

un691cs at genius.embnet.dkfz-heidlebrg.de wrote:
> how can I align protein sequences, and show with special symbols
> identical, conserved and none conserved amino acids (for a publication)
> ?
> clemens
You don't say which platform you want. ClustalW is available for
Mac/Wintel/Unix, or use ClustalX, which has a GUI interface to
ClustalW's alignment engine.

GeneDoc is an excellent alignment editor and display program for
Windoze, BoxShade is available for Unix (and as a Web server) from:


and MacBoxshade is available through the same page if you are using


Michael Baron
(who admits to being the author of MacBoxShade)

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