Is there some good software to align/compare fasta sequences in my PC
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silas008 ▴ 170

Hello, guys

Do you know some software that I can use in my PC to compare two (or more) sequences? I want something similar to Blast but not so complex (for comparisons like Sanger sequencing.

I have seen some that can also identify automatically regions like GFP or RFP. Unfortunately it is for MAC, I want some for Windows or Linux.

Thank you very much

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gb ★ 2.2k

codoncode, FinchTV, BioEdit

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predeus ★ 2.0k

You can try Ugene - it's quite user-friendly and should do multiple sequence alignment and visualization.

http://ugene.net/

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The BIRCH system includes lots of popular tools for sequence tasks. In particular, see the tutorials page on Pairwise Similarity, as well as Multiple Sequence Alignment.

You can see BIRCH in action on our YouTube Channel

BIRCH is freely available for Linux and MacOSX.

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