There are wrappers that can do this in bioperl-run (submit the sequence to
fasta36, runs the analysis, returns the SearchIO result I believe). I
haven’t extensively used it myself, but here it is:
On Oct 30, 2013, at 9:02 AM, Antony03 wrote:
> Effectively, with -T 1 it's correct.
> Do I really need to pass by an intermediate file to make an input for
> It's really slow. Do you know how can I pass the sequence in $seq
> to fasta?
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