DNAStrider for the PC???

Robert Hartley rh at mblab.gla.ac.uk
Fri Mar 24 11:32:17 EST 2000


In article <francis.durst.174.064016C0 at bota-ulpnospam.u-strasbg.fr>,
francis.durst at bota-ulpnospam.u-strasbg.fr (Francis Durst) wrote:


> I too took a look at DNAssist after reading this thread, and uninstalled it. 
> 
> There are already too many file formats, so programs that insist in working 
> with their own format are not for me... I prefer Bioedit, by T. Hall, it does 
> all that DNAstrider does and much more. Especially nice is that it
provides an 
> interface to programs running in DOS windows like the Phylip programs, 
> Clustalw or Molphy.  And for a lot of simple things I stick with Esee, a DOS 
> program by E. Cabot, powerful and simple.

Is there a URL for this?
> 
> My 2 francs
> 
> Francis

Slainte'
Bob

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