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Hi

Not as polished as the example above, but outputs the same results

use strict; use warnings; my @processed; while (my $a_line = <DATA>) { chomp $a_line; if ($a_line =~ /^>/) { #this is a header, keep as is push @processed, $a_line; } else { # This is a dna seq, process #' Translate each three-base codon into amino acid, # and append to a protein my $protein = ''; my $len = length($a_line) -2; for(my $i=0; $i < $len ; $i += 3) { my $codon = substr($a_line, $i,3); $protein .= codon2aa($codon); } push @processed, $protein; } } #now display what we have processed print $_, "\n" for @processed; #' codon2aa #' #' A subroutine to translate a DNA 3-character codon to an amino acid sub codon2aa { my($codon) = @_; if ( $codon =~ /GC./i) { return 'A' } # Alanine elsif ( $codon =~ /TG[TC]/i) { return 'C' } # Cysteine elsif ( $codon =~ /GA[TC]/i) { return 'D' } # Aspartic Acid elsif ( $codon =~ /GA[AG]/i) { return 'E' } # Glutamic Acid elsif ( $codon =~ /TT[TC]/i) { return 'F' } # Phenylalanine elsif ( $codon =~ /GG./i) { return 'G' } # Glycine elsif ( $codon =~ /CA[TC]/i) { return 'H' } # Histidine elsif ( $codon =~ /AT[TCA]/i) { return 'I' } # Isoleucine elsif ( $codon =~ /AA[AG]/i) { return 'K' } # Lysine elsif ( $codon =~ /TT[AG]|CT./i) { return 'L' } # Leucine elsif ( $codon =~ /ATG/i) { return 'M' } # Methionine elsif ( $codon =~ /AA[TC]/i) { return 'N' } # Asparagine elsif ( $codon =~ /CC./i) { return 'P' } # Proline elsif ( $codon =~ /CA[AG]/i) { return 'Q' } # Glutamine elsif ( $codon =~ /CG.|AG[AG]/i) { return 'R' } # Arginine elsif ( $codon =~ /TC.|AG[TC]/i) { return 'S' } # Serine elsif ( $codon =~ /AC./i) { return 'T' } # Threonine elsif ( $codon =~ /GT./i) { return 'V' } # Valine elsif ( $codon =~ /TGG/i) { return 'W' } # Tryptophan elsif ( $codon =~ /TA[TC]/i) { return 'Y' } # Tyrosine elsif ( $codon =~ /TA[AG]|TGA/i) { return '_' } # Stop else { return '*'; } } __DATA__ >M01096:4:000000000-A23M1:1:1101:15974:1529 1:N:0:16 GTTACTGAGTGTGGTTGGCAGACTGCTGGTTGCCGTATGTAT >M01096:4:000000000-A23M1:1:1101:16525:1548 1:N:0:16 CTTTCTCATTGTGATGTTAAGGATTGGATGTGCTGGCTTCTG >M01096:4:000000000-A23M1:1:1101:13838:1554 1:N:0:16 GCTTGGACTTGTGTTGAGATTGATGGTCATTTCTCTATGAAT

Output

>M01096:4:000000000-A23M1:1:1101:15974:1529 1:N:0:16 VTECGWQTAGCRMY >M01096:4:000000000-A23M1:1:1101:16525:1548 1:N:0:16 LSHCDVKDWMCWLL >M01096:4:000000000-A23M1:1:1101:13838:1554 1:N:0:16 AWTCVEIDGHFSMN

Arnaud


In reply to Re: How do I stop appending data by arnaud99
in thread How do I stop appending data by 4pt8secs

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