This category is for online services which use algorithms to find genes or proteins homologous to input DNA or amino acid sequences. The most common algorithms used are based on a method called BLAST.

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BLAST
Suite of alignment tools to detect conserved sequences, similar domain architecture, gene expression profiles, and SNP using protein or nucleotide targets. Includes support and archiving of strategies at NCBI, Bethesda, Maryland.
ESPript
Formatting of multiple sequence alignments to a color postscript file. Can include graphical features by using PDB entry.
GENESTREAM Bioinformatics Resource Server
Sequence comparision and search programs, including the rigorous Smith-Waterman algorithm (in FastA and Ssearch) - from the IGH, Montpellier FR.
The ISREC Group Servers
Detection and assessment of similarity between distantly related sequences by means of a variety of remotely-executable software - from the Swiss Inst. for Experimental Cancer Research.
mreps : maximal tandem repeats search
Open source tool for identifying serial repeats (tandem repeats) in DNA sequences.
Sequence Alignment and Modeling System
Implementation of hidden Markov models for sequence analysis. Free UNIX software for nonprofit groups, and sequences can be submitted online.
WU-BLAST Archives
Sensitive, selective, and rapid sequence database searching with gapped alignments - from Washington Univ.-St.Louis.
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