Sequence editor that can delete columns?

harley at chempath.uct.ac.za harley at chempath.uct.ac.za
Mon Mar 3 17:36:19 EST 1997


In article <3314A3F7.1C33 at freenet.carleton.ca> ac562 at freenet.carleton.ca (Robert J. Forster) writes:
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>Subject: Sequence editor that can delete columns?
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If you wish, I can send e-mail you a zipped copy of my multiple sequence 
alignment and management package DAPSA, which in its manual alignment mode 
enables you easily to delete collumns of aligned bases (use the "-" key) and 
is very user-friendly. Its currently a DOS version for the PC.




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