Hi, hope this is what you are really need:
Codon Usage Database compiled from CUTG
Source: GenBank Release 100 [15 Apr 1997] with
alphabetical lists of "all" organisms (5579 organisms)
More info you can get from:
Sincerely yours, Simon Greenberg
Hebrew University of Jerusalem| Internet: simong at gene.md.huji.ac.il
Medical School, Computation Center| WWW : http://gene.md.huji.ac.il/
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Todd Ellermann wrote:
>> Thank you in advance for your response.
>> I am a student worker at the University of Arizona working in the
> Biotech Computing Facility. Somehow this problem has ended up in my lap
> and I don't have a clue how to solve it.
> I have a user who has sent me the following request:
>> What I was asking for is this: since you work for the Biotech
> COmputing Facility, you must be familiar with the GCG programs. When one
> uses the BACKTRANSLATION program to backtranslate a peptide sequence
> (known) to its potential cDNA sequence (unknown), the program in its
> third step asking for:
>> Use what codon frequency file (* GenRunData: ecohigh.cod *) ?
>> I believe the default is a codn file for E. coli. I need the equivalent
> file for Bovine.
>> Does anyone know where I might find a bovine.cod file for this user to
> use. I have done some web searches and have looked through the gcg disks
> and found nothing. Does the user somehow need to enter the data himself?
> Or is there a site out there that would have such a data file? How do I
> install it once I get it?
> I am somewhat familiar with GCG (I do the database updates etc..
> , but as far as the user side goes I have little to no knowledge. )
>> Thank you again.
> Todd Ellermann
>todde at aretha.biosci.arizona.edu