Mac or UNIX enzyme kinetics programs

Eric R. Hugo eric at bcserv.WUSTL.EDU
Mon Nov 29 08:33:18 EST 1993

Dear Bionetters,
     For those of you interested in kinetic simulation and fitting
software please look into the programs kinsim and fitsim.  These
programs were developed in the laboratory of Dr. Carl Frieden here
at Washington University and are available to run on a variety of
platforms.  They can be obtained by anonymous FTP from wuarchive.wustl.edu
( in the directory packages/kinsim.  Versions for
the following systems are available: Vax/VMS, MSDOS, MSDOS/Windows,
Silicon Graphics Iris (SGI IRIX operating system), and Apple
Macintosh.  The source code is distributed with the VMS, SGI, and MSDOS
versions.  Please see the various readme files available in the subdirectories
of the kinsim directory as well as the documentation in the docs subdirectory.
Let me know if you pick up the package and find it useful as we are
interested in knowing who all is using the software.  I hope you
this was useful.
  Eric R. Hugo, Postdoctoral Research Associate |eric at bcserv.wustl.edu
  Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics|finger above for            
  Washington University School of Medicine      |public key <-- 
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