This site is a fork of the original NPS@ server
November 27th, 2023: NPS@ updated (see NEWS).
Analyse a set of sequences
In NPS@ you can work with a set of sequences.
The set can be :
Look here for supported format (i.e. Pearson/FASTA) in NPS@.
What can you do then ?
You can :
- align its sequences with KALIGN, MAFFT or MUSCLE (depending on the data size limit of 1,000,000 characters)
- run a sequence similarity search with BLAST or FASTA or PSI-BLAST or SSEARCH, the set will be the searched one
- apply NPS@ methods on each sequence of the set
- edit the set by selecting/unselecting sequence and writing a new set
- count the number of sequence in it
- see it as a text file
When you come from an extract form (e.g. after BLAST) few more informations are displayed.
- the database on which full sequence extraction has been made or it says you that it come from a partial extraction
- removed sequence identifiers in built set (when this option has been selected)
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