GENESV - Gene Sequence Variability Analysis

GENESV service is designed to facilitate gene sequence variability calculations between a given sequence (query) and a library of provided sequences. Calculations are performed using Smith-Waterman algorithm.

Citing GeneSV:
A. Zemla, T. Kostova, R. Gorchakov, E. Volkova, D. W. C. Beasley, J. Cardosa, S. C. Weaver, N. Vasilakis, P. Naraghi-Arani: "GeneSV - an approach to help characterize possible variations in genomic and protein sequences", Bioinformatics and Biology Insights, 2014:8, pp. 1-16, doi:10.4137/BBi.s13076. [MEDLINE]

First enter your email address in the box below.
  (Optional) E-mail
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Your data will be processed and the result of GeneSV analysis sent automatically to the above address. Bear in mind that if you enter an incorrect email address there is no way the server can contact you!

1. Paste or type your nucleic acid sequence (query) (FASTA format) into the box below:


2. Upload file containing the query nucleic acid sequence (name of your local file)

Sequence identity cutoff:  

Sequence identity * coverage cutoff:  

Start NA position for amino acid translation:  

Sequences equal or longer than cutoff are processed only:  

Select alignment method:   Standard,    Experimental (less indels)

You have two different ways to enter your FASTA formatted library of nucleic acid sequences:

1. Upload file containing the library of nucleic acid sequences (name of your local file)


2. Paste the library of nucleic acid sequences (FASTA formatted):

  (Optional) Project name

Start processing:

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AS2TS - Protein Sequence and Structure services
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