BLAST output

Hongzhan Huang huang at NBRF.GEORGETOWN.EDU
Tue Mar 9 10:33:54 EST 1999

Dear Dr. Baron,

If you are working with protein sequences, our program could help you.

We have developed a search program that  provide a multiple alignment
for selected matches from
BLAST output. This search program is called PIR Annotation-Sorted Search
(PASS). It searches the
PIR-International Protein Sequence Database and display the top BLAST
matches (up to100) with
annotation ( Superfamily, family, Species, Taxonamic. group and
Keywords). Full-length alignments
are available. You may then sort and display the results of your
original search in different ways and
view multiple alignments of sequences you select. The URL is

If you have any question on the program, please let us know. Also,
please send your suggestion to us
so that we can improve the program.

With the best regards,

Hongzhan Huang, Ph.D.
Senior Bioinformatics Scientist
Protein Information Resource
3900 Reservoir Rd., NW
Washington, DC 20007, USA

e-mail: huang at nbrf.georgetown.edu

> Date: Tue, 09 Mar 1999 10:46:53 +0000
> From: michael.baron at delete.this.bbsrc.ac.uk
> To: bio-soft at net.bio.net
> Subject: BLAST output
> Dear all,
> what programs exist for parsing or analysing the output from a
> BALST/FASTA search? I have found BOB, MacBOB and Visual BLAST (which
> a great help). I would be particularly interested in a program that
> help me to take all or a subset of the matches easily into a single
> multiple alignment.
> Thanks for any information or pointers,
> Michael
> *+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+
> Michael D. Baron Ph.D. (michael.baron at bbsrc.ac.uk)
> Senior Research Scientist
> Institute for Animal Health
> Ash Road,
> Pirbright,
> Surrey,
> U.K.

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