Subject: Macintosh Font for writing DNA sequences
Date: 24 Nov 92 12:02:28 GMT
In article <1992Nov24.120335.18090 at gserv1.dl.ac.uk> ,
IBELGAUFTS at GENMIC.BIOCHEM.MPG.DE writes:
>Hello there, does anyone know of even-spaced macintosh fonts for writing
>DNA sequences other than courier or monaco. Something Helvetica-like?
>And preferably also in white on black?
>Thanks for your help.
>Institut fuer Biochemie
>Am Klopferspitz 18a
>D 8033 Martinsried
The LaserGene package from DNAStar contains a laserwriter font called
a 3 letter protein code that aligns with codons
hydrogen bonding characters (triple and double "bonds"
high energy bonds and phosphate groups
strands of DNA and RNA
three ruler types