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Revision as of 21:46, 19 January 2007
--Jblucks 16:36, 19 January 2007 (EST): This page modeled after the one for bioperl
from Bio.Seq import Seq,translate #create a sequence object of some DNA my_seq = Seq('CATGTAGATAG') #print out some details about it print 'seq is %i bases long' % len(my_seq) print 'reverse complement is %s' % my_seq.reverse_complement().tostring() #or see the whole record print 'sequence record:', my_seq #translate the sequence into a protein my_protein = translate(my_seq) print 'protein translation is %s' % my_protein.tostring() print 'protein record:', my_protein
seq is 11 bases long reverse complement is CTATCTACATG sequence record: Seq('CATGTAGATAG', Alphabet()) protein translation is HVD protein record: Seq('HVD', HasStopCodon(IUPACProtein(), '*'))
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