BLASTx at SIB (nucleotide query sequence(s) translated in all reading frames against a protein sequence database) SOAP

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smoretti (about 1 year ago)

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Login to add a documentation URL Description(s): smoretti (9 months ago)BLASTx finds regions of similarity between a nucleotide query sequence translated in all reading frames and a protein sequence database.
Computations are done on the Vital-IT cluster (SIB).
Most NCBI BLAST (2.2.17) options are available.
Most SIB databases are available: Uniprot, UniRef, organism proteomes, refseq protein, nrl3D, …

INPUT: nucleotide sequence(s) + choose a database

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