In article <7dfn70$m6i$1 at news.nyu.edu>, "Tao Tong"
<tongt01 at endeavor.med.nyu.edu> wrote:
> > Is there a program that will detect full and partial pallindromes within
> > a given DNA sequence.
There is a rather nasty but free UNIX/VMS program called Overseer that will
do the job for you. It is available from the EMBL software archive:
I am currently working on web interface to this program. I will post a message
to the group when it is done.
Also, the GCG program STEMLOOP will find inverted repeats with gaps between
Stuart M. Brown
NYU Medical Center, 550 First Ave, NY, NY