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Title: Where and How do I enter a Base Pair Sequence?
Post by: AlanWhite on November 21, 2019, 02:03:49 pm
Where do I enter a nucleotide base pair sequence? How do I enter a nucleotide base pair sequence? Like this: ATCGAAGGTC? or like this: A/T/T/C/G/? May I please have a link?   
Title: Re: Where and How do I enter a Base Pair Sequence?
Post by: xiangjun on November 21, 2019, 02:11:34 pm
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Where do I enter a nucleotide base pair sequence? How do I enter a nucleotide base pair sequence? Like this: ATCGAAGGTC? or like this: A/T/T/C/G/? May I please have a link?

It is not clear (to me at least) what you mean by entering "a nucleotide base pair sequence", without contextual information. In 3DNA, the fiber command allow you to specify a specific base sequence for generic A-, B-, and C-DNA models. Run "fiber -h" for details.

In the Web 3DNA 2.0 website, see the http://web.x3dna.org/index.php/fibermodel section (the top 5 models) for examples.

Best regards,

Xiang-Jun
 

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