Multiple Alignment Software preferences?
smith at phylo.life.uiuc.edu
Fri Jun 24 14:04:58 EST 1994
83 at biochem.unp.ac.za (Ron Berry) writes:
>I have had several very kind replies to my query. The concesus of opinion
>rests with GDE from Harvard (a UNIX package, unfortunately), MACAW from
Glad to hear that GDE made the list. I have to make one small correction
to do justice to all people who have worked on GDE. It actually started
at the University of Illinois, in Carl Woese's laboratory, and the real
functional aspects of the package (auto alignment, phylogeny, database
searching etc.) come from all over the place. There was much good work
done at Harvard by many people at the genome lab, but the package owes
credit to a much wider group.
Best of luck,
smith at bioimage.millipore.com
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