sequence editor/aligner for Mac

Klaus.Matthaei at Klaus.Matthaei at
Wed Feb 10 19:15:18 EST 1993

>Can anyone point me to software that will help me to align and edit
>sequences on my Mac?  I'm aware of programs that do automated alignments,
>but that's not really what I'm after. I just want to take related
>sequences (homologous genes from different species, for example), line them
>up, and push them around manually.  A word processor is OK for short
>sequences, but sequences longer than a few lines get messy.  I know there's 
>something like this in the GCG package, but I'd prefer to do it on a
>Mac in the lab/office.  Any suggestions?  
>				Thanks,
>				Al McGraw
>				mcgraw%gandal.dnet at


The MacVector programs with the AssemblyLign addition works extremely well
but is expensive and can't be pirated.


Cheers Klaus
Klaus Matthaei
Gene Targeting
The John Curtin School of Medical Research
The Australian National University
E-mail: Klaus.Matthaei at

"If you don't do: you rust"

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