RevTrans 1.3.1 Server
RevTrans takes a set of DNA sequences, virtually translates them, aligns the peptide sequences,
and uses this as a scaffold for constructing the corresponding DNA multiple alignment.
RevTrans 1.4 comming soon: You can help test the upcomming version of RevTrans,
by submitting your sequences to the
RevTrans 1.4 BETA TEST
server. Please send comments to:
firstname.lastname@example.org (Rasmus Wernersson).
If no peptide alignment is present the RevTrans server will
produce one by translating the first 75 DNA sequences and running dialign2 with
standard settings. RevTrans will accept abitrary large input if you supply your own alignment.
The sequences are kept confidential and will be deleted
For publication of results, please cite:
Rasmus Wernersson and Anders Gorm Pedersen.
RevTrans - Constructing alignments of coding DNA from aligned amino acid sequences.
Nucl. Acids Res., 2003, 31(13), 3537-3539.
View the abstract.
Would you prefer to run RevTrans at your own site?
The command line version of RevTrans 1.3 is free software and can be downloaded
from here. The command line version RevTrans is without the integration
The RevTrans web-server is available as a package on a commercial license.
Currently available platforms include
MIPS (under IRIX, Silicon Graphics),
Pentium family (Linux) and most other UNIX based systems.
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