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Format Conversion
-Combine FASTA
-EMBL Feature Extractor
-EMBL Trans Extractor
-Filter DNA
-Filter Protein
-GenBank to FASTA
-GenBank Feature Extractor
-GenBank Trans Extractor
-One to Three
-Range Extractor DNA
-Range Extractor Protein
-Reverse Complement
-Split Codons
-Split FASTA
-Three to One
-Window Extractor DNA
-Window Extractor Protein
Sequence Analysis
-Codon Plot
-Codon Usage
-CpG Islands
-DNA Molecular Weight
-DNA Pattern Find
-DNA Stats
-Fuzzy Search DNA
-Fuzzy Search Protein
-Ident and Sim
-Multi Rev Trans
-Mutate for Digest
-ORF Finder
-Pairwise Align Codons
-Pairwise Align DNA
-Pairwise Align Protein
-PCR Primer Stats
-PCR Products
-Protein GRAVY
-Protein Isoelectric Point
-Protein Molecular Weight
-Protein Pattern Find
-Protein Stats
-Restriction Digest
-Restriction Summary
-Reverse Translate
Sequence Figures
-Color Align Conservation
-Color Align Properties
-Group DNA
-Group Protein
-Primer Map
-Restriction Map
-Translation Map
Random Sequences
-Mutate DNA
-Mutate Protein
-Random Coding DNA
-Random DNA Sequence
-Random DNA Regions
-Random Protein Sequence
-Random Protein Regions
-Sample DNA
-Sample Protein
-Shuffle DNA
-Shuffle Protein
-IUPAC codes
-Genetic codes
-Browser compatibility
-Mirror this site
-Use this site off-line
-About this site
Sequence Manipulation Suite:
Multi Rev Trans
Multi Rev Trans accepts a protein alignment and uses a codon usage table to generate a degenerate DNA coding sequence. The program also returns a graph that can be used to find regions of minimal degeneracy at the nucleotide level. Use Multi Rev Trans when designing PCR primers to anneal to an unsequenced coding sequence from a related species.

Paste the protein alignment in FASTA or GDE format into the text area below. Input limit is 20000 characters.

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Enter the codon table you wish to use (in GCG format). The default codon usage table was generated using all the E. coli coding sequences in GenBank. It was obtained from the Codon Usage Database.

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