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Old 07-14-2006, 07:01 AM
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Hi Debashish,

You can do this very easily. Upload your sequence in Mascon's EXOME or any other sequence viewer, access the region you want,copy that sequence, put it in any MSA package, say, Clustal W or Qalign orEXOME. Similarly, take other sequences with which you want to check for conserved patterns, Copy them and hop them along with the previous sequence in any Multiple sequence alignment package and run MSA. you will detect motifs, if any.

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Tarun


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