protein multiple sequence alignment visualization & analysis
in-browser computationally intensive tool, Firefox or Chrome browsers prefered
Drag and drop to this page or load below multiple sequence
alignment file in plain text, STOCKHOLM or FASTA format.
Or use example alignment: 1bkr:A
Protein multiple sequence alignment viewer provides simple analysis plots and pairwise identity visualization.
This tool is entirely client based (runs inside your browser, Firefox or Chrome browsers prefered), there is no communication
with the server (except when pulling example alignments), so you can save local copy of this page and use it while offline.
If you have any questions or requests please don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The source code for this tool is at: https://github.com/sanderlab/alignmentviewer.
Oct. 2nd 2020 /// Added clustal coloring on msa view and image view
Sept. 20th 2020 /// Fixed safari loading bug, allowed reloading of sequences
Aug. 15th 2019 /// Fixed bugs, removed comments, and improved modularity
Jul. 18th 2019 /// Implemented UMAP
Aug. 1st 2018 /// evcouplings.org uses AlignmentViewer to view alignments
Jul. 1st 2018 /// Load external alignments via URL queries (e.g.: alignmentviewer.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fmyserver.org%2Falignments%2Fmy_alignment)
Jan. 7th 2018 /// Preloaded example
Nov. 29th 2017 /// Released version 1.0
Jul. 5th 2017 /// Mutation comparison added.
May. 20th 2017 /// Weight comparison functions added.
Mar. 17th 2014 /// Sequence logo display added.
Jan. 2nd 2013 /// Filtering and export supported.
Dec. 24th 2012 /// Custom sequence annotation as sortable msa column supported now, see "Custom Data" tab.
Dec. 13th 2012 /// Added MSA image rendering with mview or hydrophobicity coloring.
Nov. 11th 2012 /// Release 0.5 is out, changes: sorting by identity, conservation coloring control, Pfam links, drag and drop your alignment file anywhere on the page to load!
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