SeqApp, Mac sequence editor updated

Don Gilbert gilbertd at sunflower.bio.indiana.edu
Thu Jun 11 19:05:29 EST 1992

SeqApp is a biological sequence editor and analysis program for
Macintosh computers.  It includes links to network services and 
external analysis programs.

Features include	
	multiple sequence alignment editor
	single sequence editor window
	read and write several sequence file formats
	easy hand alignment features including colored bases and sliding
	automatic multiple sequence alignment thru Clustal external app 
	automatic gel fragment alignment to contigs thru exernal app
	consensus,reverse,complement,degap operations
	restriction maps
	translate dna to/from protein using various codon tables
	automatic preference saving
	internet send mail, read mail
	internet gopher, information retreival including genbank.
	internet sequence analysis services
	user-definable links to external analysis programs
	and more
*** NOTICE:  This is an early, unfinished version of the program.  
Expect it to fail in various ways.  This release is made available
to those who wish to test and comment on its future development.
SeqApp is being written by Don Gilbert, using the MacApp 
extensible Macintosh programming framework from Apple Computer.

You can obtain updates of this release thru anonymous ftp to 
ftp.bio.indiana.edu, in folder /molbio/seqapp, as seqapp.hqx. 
You may also obtain updates directly thru an internet-connected
Mac with SeqApp or GopherApp, using Gopher to the IUBio archive. 
Look for a folder called "IUBio Software+Data/SeqApp, Mac sequence editor".

This release of SeqApp now will work on Mac SE and should work on all
Mac models back to Mac+. It works under Mac systems 6 and 7, though some 
features rely on system 7.

Comments, bug reports and suggestions for new features
(see below) may be addressed via e-mail to

	     SeqApp at Bio.Indiana.Edu

                                             -- Don Gilbert
Don Gilbert                                     gilbert at bio.indiana.edu
biocomputing office, biology dept., indiana univ., bloomington, in 47405

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