Res PFind 1.0: Find Pattern Matching Protein Sequences
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Res PFind --- Find Pattern Matching Protein Sequences
The program finds sequences that match a simple pattern or a subsequence in your input protein sequences.
Please use single-letter protein codes.
For degenerate patterns, use a parenthesis. For an example, AA(GP)X(ED)(ST) means that the positions 1 and 2 are
Ala, position 3 can be either Gly or Pro, position 4 can be any amino acid, position 5 can be either Glu or Asp, and so on.
To start, simply copy (ctrl-c or apple-c) and paste (ctrl-v or apple-v) your DNA sequences into the input window. Numbers and spaces will be ignored.
Input a pattern name and a pattern sequence, then click on Go.
For finding patterns in DNA sequences, please use Res DFind.
If finding patterns on both strands of a DNA is desired, please use Primo Find.
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