Alignments of Nucleic Acid Sequences Using Genetic Information
Code2aln produces multiple nucleic acid alignments using information on
coding and non-coding regions as part of the scoring function. This is
done in order to prevent the problem of higher sequence divergency on
the level of nucleic acids as compared to the underlying protein
sequences in the case of coding at a certain region of the input
nucleic acid sequences.
code2aln does not allow any user intervention as codaln does,
but runs faster. Code2aln is the predecessor of codaln.
A short tutorial is described in the file
[Download of program]
[The manual page only]
Changes since version 1.1: A minor bug fix.
Changes since version 1.0: A bug fix and less stringent end gap penalties.
code2aln is the predecessor of codaln. codaln 1.0 is available here: codaln 1.0
If you find this software useful for your research, please cite the
- Nucleic Acid Sequence Alignments of Partly Coding Regions
Roman R. Stocsits
Interdisciplinary Centre for Bioinformatics, Haertelstrasse 16-18,
D-04107 Leipzig, Germany
Last modified: 2005-10-11 15:42:26 roman