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Old 02-27-2011, 03:13 PM   #4
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you have well understood. (I'm sorry about my horrible english, I'm a french frog;-))

I agree with you about xml format followed by sparsing with Perl. However if I do that (and I did) I can only retreive the portion of the sequence that match with my query. I mean the portion of the sequence that appears in the blast output.

What I want is a translation of the entire sequence. I didn't find any script to do that (please consider that I m a beginner not able to write a script by myself)

Thanks for your advices.

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