thomas at beagle.bmc.uu.se
Sat Nov 21 15:53:25 EST 1998
In bionet.software Bj?rn Johansson <bjorn.johansson at tmb.lth.se> wrote:
: Dear Netters,
: Does anybody know if the program "Readseq" is avaliable as a free
: download somewhere ?
: It is used for changing sequence format of DNA. I know it is avalable on
: www, but I would like
: to be able to use it offline. I would like a version with Windows
: interface if available.
At Molecular Linux, http://evolution.bmc.uu.se/~thomas/mol_linux/
you can find the compiled version for linux and the source code.
(patched readseq version)
- that requires a C-compiler of course ...
I don't know of any mswindows interface to readseq, but there is the program
seqpup which includes the readseq code (I think so ... )
If there is really a need for another GUI for readseq I could hack a small
Tcl/Tk script ...
Correction - a fast search with metacrawler reveales a win311 version of
(If you are going to dive into sequence analysis - you might look into a
better operative system for your PC - like Linux ( www.linux.org)
(If you have questions mail me)
Sicheritz Ponten Thomas E. Department of Molecular Biology
blippblopp at linux.nu BMC, Uppsala University
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