A simple program with GUI to compare dna sequences
Fastachar is a graphical user interface that allows a simple comparison of two sets of DNA sequences. A typical working example is to have a selection of DNA sequences of different, but related species. These sequences are divided in a set A, which are thought to be a single taxon (species) and a set B, which is a collection of different taxa. Using the program, it can be established easily whether:
- the DNA sequences in set A are all identical, and if not, list the differences for those positions in the DNA sequences.
- set B has positions in the DNA that are different from those in set A, across all species in set B.
Fastachar takes as input the alignments stored in a single file of the fasta format. Fastachar is not a tool to align sequences. It is assumed that the sequences were previously aligned with different algorithms (e.g. MUSCLE) and the most reliable alignment was chosen.
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