jwoodget at oci.utoronto.ca
Thu Jun 13 12:42:53 EST 1996
In article <4pnafi$ert at mserv1.dl.ac.uk>, RUTH MCMAHON <RMCMAHON at ollamh.ucd.ie>
> I have just realised that the strider program I am using ignores any
> base other than GATC, and I have had sequences with S, W or Y in it,
> which obviously leads to the wrong number of base pairs, and
> possibly incorrect restriction maps. Is this because I am using an
> old version, or is this an unchangeable part of the program setup?
The current version is 1.2. While this one allows different genetic codes, it
still depends on GATC and ignores other characters.
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