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I used

ape::read.GenBank

and then used the function

ORFik::findORFs

to find ORFs in the sequence of interest. But the former one results in a DNAbin class format and the latter one requires FASTA format.

Is there a function available to convert the sequence from DNAbin class format to FASTA format?

(I could think of directly downloading the FASTA format file and use the function.)

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    $\begingroup$ You should be able to use ape's write.dna() function to output fasta format sequences $\endgroup$
    – NatWH
    Sep 21, 2018 at 16:15

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