Jonathan_Epstein at nih.gov
Tue Nov 16 15:01:16 EST 1999
If you have access to a Unix machine, then Geoff Barton's ALSCRIPT will
probably do the trick:
This is pretty hard to use, but very powerful.
Charles Chunghun Kim wrote:
> I am looking for software, scripts, or even modules that will allow me to
> generate a publication-quality graphical representation of elements in a
> DNA sequence.
> More specifically, I would like to be able to map the genes of operons in
> scale, and to be able to add elements such as promoters and other
> regulatory regions.
> I would appreciate it if responses could also be e-mailed to me (in
> addition to posting).
> Charlie Kim
> cckim at stanford.edu
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