"Rudi Effe" <Rudi.Effe at gmx.de> wrote in message
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> Hi there,
>> Chromas seems to be very flexible and easy to handle. The freeware
> version and even more the non-expensive 2.23 version, that integrates
> the BLAST research.
>> However, neither the BLAST results nor chromas do the quite similiar job
> I was looking for:
>> Given a original sequence of a bacteria (ca. 700 letters), I am probing
> a series of slight mutations and just keeping track of the few positions
> where the deviations occur. Is there a tool that just returns the
> positons (like 64, 223, 511) or, even better, does a multiple comparism
> and draws histograms of the positions found?
You can use SEQtools 8.0 (win32, www.seqtools.dk) to handle your mutated
sequences (max: 10-12,000 seqs per project) and to do a clustalW/X
alignment. Send me a note if you need additional functions to return/format
the clustal output.
D.Sci. Soeren W. Rasmussen
swr at seqtools.dk