Program to calculate isoelectric points?
Angela c. Murphy
acmurphy at helix.nih.gov
Wed Jul 12 17:10:04 EST 1995
There is also a program called "isoelectric" in the GCG group of programs
for unix machines. A cruder calculator of isoelectric points may be found
in the DOS and Windows versions of "General Protein Mass Analysis For..."
(DOS or Windows). I got my Windows version from WindowChem Software, and
it was under $200.
Angela C. Murphy
On 11 Jul 1995, Anton Scott Goustin wrote:
> scb1 at ellis.uchicago.edu (Samuel C. Blackman) wrote:
> >Does anyone know of a program (Mac, DOS, Unix) that will calculate the
> >isoelectric point of a given peptide? Thanks!
> >-- Sam
> >Samuel C. Blackman ! InterNet : scb1 at midway.uchicago.edu
> >MD/PhD 2/7 (Pharmacology) ! Disclaimer : Who cares what I say, I'm a student!
> >5513 S. Cornell Ave. #1 ! Quote : I'm not a doctor, but I play one on TV.
> >Chicago, IL 60637-1914 ! Phone : 312/752-1082 (h) Fax: 312/996-1225
> There is a program that does so contained within MacVector 4.5 (Kodak Imaging Technologies)...expensive. Perhaps a neighbor has it there at the University of Chicago.
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