v.1.2 - a WWW interface for readseq*

$Date: 2001/11/19 02:02:39 $
Copyright (c) 1996-1997, ISHIKAWA Jun
Source code (Perl script) is available.

Enter your sequence(s) below:

Output format: ; Case: lower UPPER; Reverse-Complement

Other option(s) (same as command line):

The brief usage of options is as follows. The ``[ ]'' denote optional parts of the syntax:

    -a[ll]         select All sequences
    -degap[=-]     remove gap symbols
    -i[tem=2,3,4]  select Item number(s) from several
    -l[ist]        List sequences only
    -r[everse]     change to Reverse-complement
  Pretty format options:
    -wid[th]=#            sequence line width
    -tab=#                left indent
    -col[space]=#         column space within sequence line on output
    -gap[count]           count gap chars in sequence numbers
    -nameleft, -nameright[=#]   name on left/right side [=max width]
    -nametop              name at top/bottom
    -numleft, -numright   seq index on left/right side
    -numtop, -numbot      index on top/bottom
    -match[=.]            use match base for 2..n species
    -inter[line=#]        blank line(s) between sequence blocks

* Readseq reads and writes nucleic/protein sequences in various formats. Data files may have multiple sequences. Readseq, copyright 1990 by D.G. Gilbert, is particularly useful as it automatically detects many sequence formats, and interconverts among them.

Change Log

Version 1.1
Substituted $ENB{'SCRIPT_NAME'} for $CGIPATH. Moved -all option to "Other option(s)".
Version 1.0
Initial release.