The ever-present need of getting a sequences’ complementary, reverse, and reverse complementary sequences sparked this project. Yes, you can find online tools, input your sequence, and get results. However, being that I’m constantly using the bash terminal, and the fact that it’s just simply faster to call a program, add an argument, and hit enter to get a result…well, this tool provides a more cohesive approach.
Call the program, adjunct your sequence, and receive the sequence’s complementary, reverse, and reverse complementary sequences. I also added the ability to add some parameters to only dispense each option (complementary, reverse, or reverse complementary).
I want to further extend Sequencher, serving as the base for upcoming tools. Additional features will be added. Stay tuned.
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Highly motivated developer predominantly working in Linux and developing software tools. All about open source software and fascinated by working with multitudes of technologies and languages. Striving to make a positive impact in this world.