Automatic translation

Reinhard Doelz doelz at comp.bioz.unibas.ch
Fri Feb 17 05:33:28 EST 1995

Per Villand (pevillan at nlh.no) wrote:

: Why is there in GCG no program (or is there?) that translates an EMBL/
: Genbank DNA sequence file automatically to an amino acid sequence file 
: according to the information for transcription, splicing and translation 
: provided in the file? It is quite boring to do this manually, and should be 
: an easy task for a computer.

The SRS program from Thure Etzold can do this, either based on local data
bases, or via network using the SRSWWW browser. Check out the SRS servers 
at http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/srs/status.html or, alternatively, on 
http://www.ch.embnet.org/srs/status.html . Thure  and his team have also 
written a program called 'TREMBL' which will translate an entire database. 


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