software to locate given amino acid composition in sequence
gilbertd at sunflower.bio.indiana.edu
Tue Oct 29 12:31:56 EST 1991
In article <kgr3veINNjlg at matt.ksu.ksu.edu> drintoul at matt.ksu.ksu.edu (David A Rintoul) writes:
>hill at mcclb0.med.nyu.edu writes:
>> The PEPTIDESORT program (GCG) will predict various proteolytic
>followed by a description of the program and an example. This is
>a wonderful program, if it works as described. My question is
>"Are there similar programs which run on UNIX, or on an MS-DOS
>machine?" If so, where can I find them? Thanks in advance.
My copy of GCG for Unix just arrived in a big box a couple hours
back. We've been using the Beta test release of this for a few
months -- it is every bit as good as the VMS version, only much
faster (available for Sun OS, Silicon Graphics Irix, and DEC Ultrix
flavors of Unix). A fast enough Intel machine running Sun's new
Solaris may also be able deal w/ this version of GCG (that is just
a guess on my part).
This software is a complete sequence analysis packing including
many nucleic acid and protein programs... too much to list.
The unix version cost our university $4000. GCG can be reached
email: help at GCG.Com
Don Gilbert gilbert at bio.indiana.edu
biocomputing office, biology dept., indiana univ., bloomington, in 47405
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