Multiple sequence alignment software???

Tburglin burglin at deleteTHIS.ubaclu.unibas.ch
Fri Feb 20 12:21:19 EST 1998


andrew.rambaut at zoo.ox.ac.uk.remove_this wrote:
> 
> In article <34EC4E64.A5A at deleteTHIS.ubaclu.unibas.ch>,
> burglin at deleteTHIS.ubaclu.unibas.ch wrote:
> 
> > Any other ideas?  I just can't believe there is no useful simple
> > multiple
> > sequence editor which allows one to push sequences left and right, and
> > insert gaps.
> 
> You could try my Mac program Se-Al. The web address is
> http://evolve.zoo.ox.ac.uk/Se-Al/Se-Al.html.
> 
> This is a prototype of a program I hope to finish soon. Please
> try it and let me know what you think (i.e. any features you
> would like to see). Its biggest advantage is you can swap between
> viewing nucleotides and viewing the protein translation. Any
> changes you make to the protein alignment will be present in
> the nucleotides when you switch back.
> 
> Andrew
> 

Hi,
this looks indeed like a very nifty program for pushing
sequences around.

I'll play some more.
Thomas




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