Sequence Translation is used to translate nucleic acid sequence to corresponding peptide sequences.

Back-translation is used to predict the possible nucleic acid sequence that a specified peptide sequence has originated from.

Nucleotide Sequence Translation

Transeq More Information & Help Documentation (EMBOSS)

EMBOSS Transeq translates nucleic acid sequences to the corresponding peptide sequences.

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Sixpack More Information & Help Documentation (EMBOSS)

EMBOSS Sixpack displays DNA sequences with 6-frame translation and ORFs.

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Protein Sequence Back-translation

Backtranseq More Information & Help Documentation (EMBOSS)

EMBOSS Backtranseq back-translates protein sequences to nucleotide sequences.

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Backtranambig More Information & Help Documentation (EMBOSS)

EMBOSS Backtranambig back-translates protein sequences to ambiguous nucleotide sequences.

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