Multlin -- Multiple sequence alignment tool

What you can do:
Perform multiple sequence alignment with hierarchical clustering.
  • This is a program for the multiple alignment of sequences, either proteins or nucleic acids.
  • The approach is based on the conventional dynamic-programming method of pairwise alignment. Initially, a hierarchical clustering of the sequences is performed using the matrix of the pairwise alignment scores. The closest sequences are aligned creating groups of aligned sequences. Then close groups are aligned until all sequences are aligned in one group. The pairwise alignments included in the multiple alignment form a new matrix that is used to produce a hierarchical clustering. If it is different from the first one, iteration of the process can be performed.
  • sequence alignment tool
  • multiple sequence alignment tool
  • hierarchical clustering
  • protein sequence alignment tool
  • DNA sequence alignment tool
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This record last updated: 04-21-2014
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