PepTool 2.0, EMBOSS


BioTools of Edmonton, AB, Canada, has released PepTool 2.0 for protein sequence analysis.

Improvements over PepTool 1.1 include remote database searching capabilities with Blast and Entrez servers; an improved multiple alignment editor based on the FAST-LSA alignment algorithm; peptide digest analysis; and a post-translational modification tool.

All graphics available in PepTool 2.0 can be exported as image files in a number of formats.

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