Network pairwise alignment servers - do any exist?

David Steffen steffen at bcm.tmc.edu
Sun Jan 8 13:32:28 EST 1995

I am giving a "lecture" on network resources in the VSNS course on 
sequence analysis.  One goal of my lecture is to make available to 
students network resources needed by all of the other "lecturers" in the 
course.  One resourse we have been unable to locate is a server for 
alignment of two input sequences; something equivalent to the GCG program 

We are aware of the things like the blast and fasta servers, that do 
pairwise alignments as part of a search of a database by one input 
sequences, and of multiple alignment servers.

Does anybody know of such?


David Steffen, Ph.D., C/Si Consulting.
Adjunct Professor, Department of Cell Biology, Baylor College of Medicine.
Voice: (713) 668-3289.  FAX: (713) 668-3453.  Email: steffen at bcm.tmc.edu

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