RE sites identification for PC?

Brian Fristensky frist at ccu.umanitoba.ca
Thu Oct 27 11:00:58 EST 1994

In article 004AF56C at mcgill.cs.ca, mpdube at mcgill.cs.ca (Marie-Pierre Dube) writes:
> I am looking for a program to identify restriction enzyme cutting sites 
> in DNA sequences. I don't need anything big, we use DNA star (mac) 
> at the lab... but I would like something for my PC.

The following programs from the FSAP package deal with restriction
enzyme searches:

INTREST - interactive rest. site search (ie. type in each enzyme)
BACHREST - batch rest. site search (ie. reads a list of enzymes)
DIGEST - calculate fragments and ends from multiple enz. digests, either
         complete or partial

The FSAP package is available in directory 'psgendb' at ftp.cc.umanitoba.ca.

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