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#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; print 'ENTER THE FILENAME OF THE DNA SEQUENCE:= '; chomp( my $DNAfilename = <STDIN> ); open my $DNAFILE, $DNAfilename or die qq[Cannot open file "$DNAfilenam +e" because: $!]; local $/; ( my $DNA = uc <$DNAFILE> ) =~ tr/ACGT//cd; print "\nThe original DNA file is:\n$DNA\n"; my %codon2aa = qw( TCA S TCC S TCG S TCT S TTC F TTT F TTA L TTG L TAC Y TAT Y TAA _ TAG _ TGC C TGT C TGA _ TGG W CTA L CTC L CTG L CTT L CCA P CCC P CCG P CCT P CAC H CAT H CAA Q CAG Q CGA R CGC R CGG R CGT R ATA I ATC I ATT I ATG M ACA T ACC T ACG T ACT T AAC N AAT N AAA K AAG K AGC S AGT S AGA R AGG R GTA V GTC V GTG V GTT V GCA A GCC A GCG A GCT A GAC D GAT D GAA E GAG E GGA G GGC G GGG G GGT G ); my $protein = ''; while ( $DNA =~ /(...)/g ) { exists $codon2aa{ $1 } or die qq[Bad codon "$1"!!\n]; $protein .= $codon2aa{ $1 }; } print "The translated protein is :\n$protein\n"; <STDIN>;

In reply to Re: translating multiple DNA sequence to protein sequence by jwkrahn
in thread translating multiple DNA sequence to protein sequence by yuvraj_ghaly

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