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hmmfetch(1)							   HMMER Manual 						       hmmfetch(1)

NAME
hmmfetch - retrieve profile HMM(s) from a file SYNOPSIS
hmmfetch [options] <hmmfile> <key> (retrieves HMM named <key>) hmmfetch -f [options] <hmmfile> <keyfile> (retrieves all HMMs listed in <keyfile>) hmmfetch --index [options] <hmmfile> (indexes <hmmfile> for fetching) DESCRIPTION
Quickly retrieves one or more profile HMMs from an <hmmfile> (a large Pfam database, for example). The <hmmfile> must be indexed first, using hmmfetch --index. The index is a binary file named <hmmfile>.ssi. The default mode is to retrieve a single profile by name or accession, called the <key>. For example: % hmmfetch Pfam-A.hmm Caudal_act % hmmfetch Pfam-A.hmm PF00045 With the -f option, a <keyfile> containing a list of one or more keys is read instead. The first whitespace-delimited field on each non- blank non-comment line of the <keyfile> is used as a <key>, and any remaining data on the line is ignored; this allows a variety of white- space delimited datafiles to be used as <keyfile>s. The <keyfile> argument can be a '-' (dash) character, in which case the keyfile is read from standard input; this allows unix ninjas to construct sophisticated invocations using pipes. By default, the HMM is printed to standard output in HMMER3 format. OPTIONS
-h Help; print a brief reminder of command line usage and all available options. -f The second commandline argument is a <keyfile> instead of a single <key>. The first field on each line of the <keyfile> is used as a retrieval <key> (an HMM name or accession). Blank lines and comment lines (that start with a # character) are ignored. -o <f> Output HMM(s) to file <f> instead of to standard output. -O Output HMM(s) to individual file(s) named <key> instead of standard output. With the -f option, this can result in many files being created. --index Instead of retrieving one or more profiles from <hmmfile>, index the <hmmfile> for future retrievals. This creates a <hmmfile>.ssi binary index file. SEE ALSO
See hmmer(1) for a master man page with a list of all the individual man pages for programs in the HMMER package. For complete documentation, see the user guide that came with your HMMER distribution (Userguide.pdf); or see the HMMER web page (@HMMER_URL@). COPYRIGHT
@HMMER_COPYRIGHT@ @HMMER_LICENSE@ For additional information on copyright and licensing, see the file called COPYRIGHT in your HMMER source distribution, or see the HMMER web page (@HMMER_URL@). AUTHOR
Eddy/Rivas Laboratory Janelia Farm Research Campus 19700 Helix Drive Ashburn VA 20147 USA http://eddylab.org HMMER
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NAME
HMMER - profile HMMs for biological sequence analysis SYNOPSIS
hmmalign Align sequences to a profile hmmbuild Construct profile(s) from multiple sequence alignment(s) hmmconvert Convert profile file to various HMMER and non-HMMER formats hmmemit Sample sequences from a profile hmmfetch Retrieve profile HMM(s) from a file hmmpress Prepare an HMM database for hmmscan hmmscan Search sequence(s) against a profile database hmmsearch Search profile(s) against a sequence database hmmsim Collect profile score distributions on random sequences hmmstat Summary statistics for a profile file jackhmmer Iterative search of a protein sequence against a protein sequence database phmmer Search a protein sequence against a protein sequence database DESCRIPTION
HMMER is a suite of several programs for biological sequence alignment and database homology search. It uses probabilistic models called "profile hidden Markov models" (profile HMMs) to represent the likely evolutionary homologs of a single sequence or a multiple alignment of a sequence family. A main avenue of research is to improve the evolutionary predictive models in HMMER to be able to recognize and accu- rately align increasingly remote homologs, distant in time. HMMER is also used as an organizational tool, to group the exponentially growing number of biological sequences into a vastly smaller set of well-annotated sequence families. New sequences can be annotated by comparison against curated sequence family databases of prebuilt HMMER profiles, in addition or instead of comparison to the entire sequence database. Databases such as Pfam, SMART, and TIGRfams, among others, are based on this principle. HMMER is used in three main modes: to search a sequence database for new homologs of a sequence or a sequence family; to search a profile database (like Pfam) to find what known family a query sequence belongs to, or what domains it has; and to automatically construct large multiple alignments (i.e. with an effectively unlimited number of sequences) using a profile representative of a sequence family. Suppose you have a multiple sequence alignment of a sequence family of interest, and you want to search a sequence database for additional homologs. The hmmbuild program builds profile(s) from multiple alignment(s). The hmmsearch program searches profile(s) against a sequence database. Suppose you have a single sequence of interest, and you want to search a sequence database for additional homologs. The phmmer program searches a single protein sequence against a protein sequence database. The jackhmmer program does the same thing but iteratively -- homologs detected in a previous round are incorporated into a new profile, and the new profile is searched again. phmmer is used like BLASTP, and jackhmmer is used like a protein PSI-BLAST. Currently these two programs support only protein/protein comparison, but this will change with time. Suppose you have sequence(s) that you want to analyze using a HMMER-based profile HMM database like Pfam (http://pfam.sanger.ac.uk). The hmmpress program formats a profile HMM flatfile (such as the file you would download from Pfam) into a HMMER binary database. The hmmscan program searches sequence(s) against that database. Suppose you want to align lots of sequences. You can construct a manageably small alignment of a representative set of sequences, build a profile with hmmbuild, and use the hmmalign program to align any number of sequences to that profile. HMMER also includes some auxiliary tools for working with large profile databases. hmmfetch fetches one or more profiles from a database. hmmstat prints summary statistics about a profile file. For compatibility with other profile software and previous versions of HMMER, the hmmconvert program converts profiles to a few other for- mats. We intend to add more support for other formats over time. The hmmemit program generates (simulates) "homologous" sequences by sampling from a profile. It can also generate a "consensus" sequence. The hmmsim program is a simulator used for collecting statistics about score distributions on random sequences. Each program has its own man page. SEE ALSO
This is a summary man page for the entire HMMER3 package. See individual man pages [hmmbuild(1), for example] for usage, options, and description of each program in the package. For complete documentation, see the user guide that came with your HMMER distribution (Userguide.pdf); or see the HMMER web page (@HMMER_URL@). COPYRIGHT
@HMMER_COPYRIGHT@ @HMMER_LICENSE@ For additional information on copyright and licensing, see the file called COPYRIGHT in your HMMER source distribution, or see the HMMER web page (@HMMER_URL@). AUTHOR
Eddy/Rivas Laboratory Janelia Farm Research Campus 19700 Helix Drive Ashburn VA 20147 USA http://eddylab.org HMMER
@HMMER_VERSION@ @HMMER_DATE@ HMMER(1)
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