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FUZZNUC : Nucleic acid pattern search (EMBOSS)



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sequence -- dna [sequences] (-sequence) : please enter
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  1. the name of a file:
  2. or the actual data here:

(sequence format)


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Search pattern (-pattern)
Number of mismatches (-mismatch)

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Search complementary strand (-complement)

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outf (-outf)
Show mismatches (-mmshow)
Show accession numbers (-accshow)
Show descriptions (-descshow)
Show USA (-usashow)

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input Section
enter either the name of a file or the actual data
if you are using Netscape 2.x or later, you can select a file by typing its name, or better, by selecting it with the Netscape file browser (Browse button)
OR you can type your data in the next area, or cut and paste it from another application.
(but not both)

output Section
Show USA (-usashow)
Showing the USA (Uniform Sequence Address) of the matching sequences will turn your output file into a 'list' file that can then be read in by many other EMBOSS programs by specifying it with a '@' in front of the filename.
Sequence format
The sequence will be automatically converted in the format needed for the program
providing you enter a sequence either:
in plain (raw) sequence format or in one of the following known formats:
IG,GenBank,NBRF,EMBL,GCG,DNAStrider,Fitch,fasta,Phylip,PIR,MSF,ASN,PAUP,CLUSTALW
You may enter in the text area a database entry code, or an accession number, in this form:
database:entry_name
or:
database:accession.

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