Linux or Unix for multiple sequence analysis?

Uwe Baumert tiedtke at vnwz00.uni-muenster.de
Fri Jun 21 06:34:42 EST 1996

In article <31C95B2B.78A5 at cl.nioo.knaw.nl>, Gabriel Zwart
<zwart at cl.nioo.knaw.nl> wrote:

> Dear netters,
> Linux or Unix
> Genetic data environment?
> After some strugle we managed to install some nice nucleotide sequence 
> analysis programs on a LINUX machine (pentium). We are interested in 
> analysis of rather large numbers of sequences over say 500-4500 positions 
> (16S/18S rRNA. That is, multiple alignments, probe and primer searching, 
> phylogeny (Neighbour-joining, Parsimony, Max likelihood?).

Which programs do you use? And where got you them from?

Uwe Baumert

Uwe Baumert
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