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Parse individual characters into a Matrix in Matlab

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I need to parse a string of characters MTMSTNNCESMTSYFTNSYMGADMHHGHYPGNGVTDLDAQQMHHYSQNPNQQGNMPYPRFPPYDRMPYYNGQGMDQQQQQH

for Each individual character into its own cell in a matrix.

As example first character goes in cell 1,1, second character goes into cell 1,2, third into 1,3 and so forth.

I need to do this using Mat Lab - also I am new to Mat Lab
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