Translate Nucleotide sequence into Peptide sequence

Created: 2007-10-03 18:36:27

Translate Nucleotide sequence into Peptide sequence using EBI Service.

  1. Find nucleotide sequence from EBI wsdbfetch(using ref.seq Id NM_005700)

  1. Translation nucleotide sequence(from 1) into peptide sequence using EBI EMBOSS4 transeq.

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  • Saturday 24 November 2007 04:26:04 (UTC)

    Hi,
    I try to re-compose yr workflow and I can't find local java service (purple) in Taverna. How I find it?

    Thanks,
    Kasikrit




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