DOS/Windows sequence software?

Don Gilbert gilbertd at sunflower.bio.indiana.edu
Sat Jan 6 21:09:16 EST 1996

seqpup covers all but #5 of your points, I believe.  Find it at 
There should be a significant update out in the next couple
of weeks.

In article <DKpE12.3xp at liverpool.ac.uk>, Andy Bates <bates at liv.ac.uk> wrote:
>help teach students the delights of DNA (and protein) sequence
>analysis.  It needs to be:
>1.  DOS/Windows
>2.  free
>3.  able to find restriction sites and search for short strings with
>4.  able to find ORFs and translate them
>5.  hopefully able to give some details of the hypothetical proteins,
>e.g. mol wt., amino acid composition.
-- d.gilbert--biocomputing--indiana u--bloomington--gilbertd at bio.indiana.edu

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