Sequence Translation (Transeq, Sixpack) is used to translate nucleic acid sequence to corresponding peptide sequences.
Back-translation (Backtranseq, Backtranambig) is used to predict the possible nucleic acid sequence that a specified peptide sequence has originated from.
Differences in codon usage preference among organisms lead to a variety of problems concerning heterologous gene expression but can be overcome by rational gene design and gene synthesis. The gcua tool displays the codon quality either in codon usage frequency values or relative adaptiveness values
This tool converts DNA to RNA to protein, and reverse transcript RNA to DNA.
Accepts a protein sequence as input and uses a codon usage table to generate a DNA sequence representing the most likely non-degenerate coding sequence. A consensus sequence derived from all the possible codons for each amino acid is also returned.
Sequerome is a web based Java tool that acts as a front-end to BLAST queries and provides simplified access to web-distributed resources for protein and nucleic acid analysis. It provides a web-based sequence profiling tool for integrating the results of a BLAST sequence-alignment report with external research tools and servers that perform advanced sequence manipulations, and allowing the user to record the steps of such an analysis.
Translation of a nucleotide (DNA/RNA) sequence to a protein sequence.