Don Gilbert gilbertd at silver.ucs.indiana.edu
Mon Sep 24 18:52:32 EST 1990

In article <9009240037.AA12429 at calshp.cals.wisc.edu> triplett at CALSHP.CALS.WISC.EDU writes:
>Hello Bionet friends.  I am new to BioNet and to DNA sequencing.
>I need to analyze a 5 kb sequence of bacterial (Rhizobium) DNA for
>ORFs, start and stop codons, operons, etc.  Are there any DNA sequence
>analysis programs in the public domain that I can use?  GCG programs are

If you have access to a SUN or other Unix computer, then 
contact Chris Fields, cfields at nmsu.edu, about his _gm_
program, or see the June? 1990 CABios for an article on gm.

His program is easy to use, and is designed to do just as you 
ask: analyze an unknown stretch of dna for ORFS and such, and
it does it in a state of the art fashion using several tests.
If you have a computer that emulates XWindows terminal, you can
get a nice graphic display.  The program is free.

-- Don
Don.Gilbert at Iubio.Bio.Indiana.Edu
biocomputing office, indiana univ., bloomington, in 47405, usa

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