Genetics Software for Linux

ncm210 ncm210_dontspam at web.de
Wed May 4 12:06:16 EST 2005


Chris wrote:
> Hi,
>   EMBOSS has a whole slew of tools.
> http://emboss.sourceforge.net/
> 
> 
> We have a cool java alignment editor tool....  Base-By-Base   
> www.virology.ca
> 
> BLAST, FASTA etc have LINUX versions.....  many things do....
> Depends what you want to do EXACTLY!!
> 
> Chris
> 
> In article <d3m7n9$246$01$1 at news.t-online.com>, ncm210
> <ncm210_dontspam at web.de> wrote:
> 
> 
>>Hi there,
>>
>>does anyone know of a good and free program to do Genetics (sequence 
>>alignment, sequence comparisons, protein sequence prediction, searching 
>>of ORFs and the like) on the computer, that runs under Linux?
>>
>>Thanks in advance
>>
>>Kurt
>>
> 
> 

Hi Chris,

thanks alot. Meanwhile, I've EMBOSS running and it is
doing what I need. Very nice tool :-).

As everything works so fine, I've already got the next
question: Does anybody know about a Style-File for TeX
or LaTeX to draw plasmids with, that is, an extension
file for PiCTeX, for example?

Thanks

Kurt




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