- Possible values for specification include "FullySpecified", the canonical name of any "BioSequenceType" entity, or the two concatenated. If an "ExtendedBioSequenceType" entity is defined, its canonical name can also be used as a specification.
- The following table provides examples of these specifications:
"FullySpecified" checks that none of the letters are degenerate "DNA","RNA","Peptide",… checks that the sequence is a particular type "FullySpecifiedDNA",… checks both of the above specifications
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Basic Examples (1)
Test whether an expression is a valid BioSequence expression:
Degenerate letters appropriate to the type of BioSequence will be recognized as valid:
Validate the type of the BioSequence:
Validate a BioSequence being fully specified and of a particular type simultaneously:
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