Homology and Alignment Software

John Mihic jmihic at wfubcm.edu
Wed May 27 09:52:07 EST 1998

In article <3569B49D.9F4A7848 at icarus.uic.edu>, gguerr1 at icarus.uic.edu says...
>Hello to all from Chicago.
>    The Reason for the posting is that I am looking for software that
>will search multiple
>DNA and protien sequences that I have obtained. I know that I was given
>a copy of a
>program  call MacShade or MacBox. I don't know the exact name, but it
>was a bad file
>that would not expand. So If I can get any info on these types of
>programs I would REALLY
>appreciate it.


There is freeware called Macaw available from NCBI, which allows you to do 
multiple nucleotide or amino acid sequence alignments. Point your browser to 


It won't do searches within sequences, but then again any wordprocessor could 
do that for you.

Hope this helps,


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