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converting DNA seq to FASTA format

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Default converting DNA seq to FASTA format



Does anyone know of tools that can convert DNA seq to FASTA format.
I tried using the Expasy translate tool but, it gives me '-' spaces i betn seq
something like this :

RAG-LKAGHT-PTGAA
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Default Re: converting DNA seq to FASTA format

Try there:

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Default Re: converting DNA seq to FASTA format

Thanks, but, I am looking for something that translates the DNA and gives the output in FASTA format...
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Default Re: converting DNA seq to FASTA format

If I understand right, the translator of expasy works correct. Under the sequence input is a drop down box where you can check your output format.
There are three formats: First one converts Start codons to "Met" and stop codons to "Stop"; second one converts start codons to "M" and stop codons to "-"; the third and last option shows you your translation in the second format with addional nucleotide sequence.
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Default Re: converting DNA seq to FASTA format

You can use ReadSeq, a free tool available online. It converts the DNA sequence in different biologilocal file formats.
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Default Re: converting DNA seq to FASTA format

Load document to UGENE ([Only registered users see links. ]) and use "Export -> Export sequence" from context menu.
There will be a lot of options with translation included.
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