[BiO BB] sequence analysis

Lambert, Lisa Lambert at Chatham.edu
Tue Oct 23 20:46:51 EDT 2007

I would suggest using PatScan: http://www-unix.mcs.anl.gov/compbio/PatScan/.
Unlike doing a plain text search, it will let you specify that the pattern must be at the end or the beginning of a sequence. 

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	Subject: [BiO BB] sequence analysis[Scanned]

	Hello all
	  I am interested to find tetramer peptide matching 100% to the carboxyl terminal of the protein sequences from human.
	  Is there any specific tool available to do so.
	  Can BLAST or FASTA handle it by changing the parameters.
	  Thankyou in advance.
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