The EMBOSS Backtranambig API reads a protein sequence input by the user and then writes the nucleic acid sequence it could have come from. To do so, it uses nucleotide ambiguity codes that represent all possible codons for each amino acid.
The API is available in both RESTful and SOAP versions, and responses are formatted in XML.
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The EMBOSS Backtranambig REST Perl SDK allows developers to integrate the EMBOSS Backtranambig REST API into their Perl applications. This SDK requires LWP and XML::Simple and is tested with Perl 5.22.0.