Alignment Software

Graham Clark gc1 at
Thu Sep 28 08:05:24 EST 2000

Jannik Helweg-Larsen <jhelweg at> writes:

> Phred-phrap is NOT free according to prices for non-profit
> Academic users are between 880-920US$ according to operating system version.

   It may still be possible to get it from
The pages there certainly imply that it is, although they may of course be out 
of date. It doesn't mention payment for non-profit academic users, although
this may of course be an omission rather than an accurate summary. Worth 
trying, though, I'd have thought.




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