i am looking for likely truncation sites to prove recombination in sequences. i have 4 sequences. i believe one to be the "real sequence" and the other 3 to be recombinants caused by cleavage possibly due to Arg c proteinase. I know my sequences overlap due to multiple alignments i have performed using UniProt and i have chosen the enzyme due to carrying out cuts on Expasy cutter. If anyone could point me in the right direction this would be much appreciated. many thanks in advance
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The sequences you have posted seem to be (protein) amino acid sequences. The stop codon are present in DNA sequences and in mRNA sequences.
In DNA, the bases are A, G, C and T; stop codons are TAG, TGA and TAA. In RNA, the bases are A, G, C and U; stop codons are UAG, UGA and UAA. In DNA and RNA, other letters are used to specify degeneracy.
What you have here looks like protein sequences. So, there are no stop codons in sequences you have posted.