TopPred II 1.1.1 a new update

Manuel G. CLAROS claros at
Mon Apr 10 18:24:12 EST 1995

A new release of the TopPred freeware is now available from the SUMEX 
server (,  soon at the EMBL server (,
and all the corresponding mirrors. And also by request to the author, 
in other words, me.

Thanks to all the people that have recommend this software.

application      TopPred II
version          1.1.1
description      Prediction of transmembrane segments in integral
                   membrane proteins, and the putative topologies
authors          Claros M.G and von Heijne G.
literature       CABIOS 10(6), 685-686 (1994)
versions         TopPred II is available as a "compatible"
                   application, or as a "rapid" one. The rapid one
                   needs 68020 processor, or later, and FPU.
notes            A postcript file containing the orignal paper about this
                   software can be found with the programs. It could be
                   printed out with the LaserWriter Utility accompanying
                   the apple printers, or the old Print PS application.

TopPred II has been designed in THINK Pascal 4.0.2 for Macintosh 
computers. If someone is interested in making a version
compatible with other platforms, he may contact me.

What is new?

TopPred II 1.1.1 (April 1995)

  - "Integer overflow" error when more than 32 Kb of text is written
    on the Results window has been fixed.
  - Interrupts with command-colon and ESC have been implemented
  - The text results were not always printable. They should be now.
  - Moving a TEXT file on the TopPred icon will open it correctly.

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