Epitope Mapping Software [Q]

Tom Vink tvink at xs4all.nl
Wed Jan 28 14:49:14 EST 1998

On Tue, 27 Jan 1998 14:49:37 -0800, MNODA at lipovx.lbl.gov (Michael Oda)

>     My lab is thinking of raising antibodies against a synthetic peptide
>derived from a known protein sequence. To get the best immune response I
>was wondering if anyone knew of any software (preferably Mac) that would
>allow me to analyze linear epitopes on a protein sequence for regions of
>greatest antigenicity. I vaguely recall that there was a free/shareware
>program that allowed you to do this. I've heard of the Fujitsu Epimap(?)
>program but regretably our budget won't cover anything that elaborate.
>                              Thanks in advance,
>                              Mike Oda
>Michael Oda, PhD.                      |   Phone: (510) 486-4088
>Donner Labs                            |    Fax: (510) 486-4750
>Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory  |  Pager: (510) 702-4427 
>Berkeley, CA  94720                    |  email: mnoda at lipovx.lbl.gov

I remember there was a package called antheprot which could do things
like that. It was a server somewhere in France. Worked fine on a PC ,
do not know about Mac. 

Greetings Tom

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