John Barlow wrote:
> I need a sequence format converter for Win32 that would be
> more flexible than the command line Readseq or TOFASTA.
>> As NCBI BLAST accepts input in FASTA format only, I would need at least
> to be able to convert GenBank files to FASTA.
> In addition, I would like
> to extract single sequences from my MSF or PHYLIP alignments and
> save them in FASTA format.
>> Any suggestions?
For the latter, you can use ForCon, a Win95 sequence alignment format
conversion program, available for free at
No GenBank format is added (been planning on adding that for ages), but you
can intercovert the following formats: CLUSTAL, EMBL, FASTA, GCG/MSF,
Hennig86, MEGA, NBRF/PIR, PAUP/Nexus, Parsimony Jackknifer, PHYLIP,
TREECON. A selection of sequences and positions can be made.
Research Group of Molecular Biology
Dept. of Biochemistry
University of Antwerp (UIA)
Email: jraes at uia.ua.ac.behttp://bioc-www.uia.ac.be/u/jraes/index.html