Sequence alignment programs

John Watson ajwatson at romeo.caltech.edu
Fri May 13 15:30:52 EST 1994


In article <MichaelJ.McLeish.5.000F4411 at vcp1.vcp.monash.edu.au>,
MichaelJ.McLeish at vcp1.vcp.monash.edu.au (Michael J. McLeish) wrote:
> 
> Dear Netters
> 
> I am interested in obtaining a program (or programs), preferably public 
> domain, for the alignment of DNA and amino acid sequences.  I would 
> appreciate any advice on the choice of programs available.
> 
> Thanks in advance.
> 
> Mike
> 
> Michael J. McLeish Ph.D.
> Victorian College of Pharmacy
> E-mail:  Michael_m at vcp.monash.edu.au

There's also MACAW, obtainable by anonymous FTP from NCBI (Iforget the
exact path).  I haven'y played around with it yet so can't offer a personal
review.  From what little I've seen though it looks pretty good.  Runs on
Mac's and PC's.

Cheers,

John Watson
ajwatson at romeo.caltech.edu



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