In article <garrisonp.1186156443A at netnews.uthscsa.edu> garrisonp at uthscsa.edu (Preston Garrison) writes:
>From: garrisonp at uthscsa.edu (Preston Garrison)
>Subject: Re: formatting a sequence translation...
>Date: Wed, 26 Jun 96 06:00:03 GMT
>In Article <4qpu6r$c6u at nntp1.best.com>, jquinn at nntp.best.com (Greg) wrote:
>>>>Does anyone know of a shareware program that will let you translate a
>>nucleotide sequence and have full control over the output (eg. line
>>length, how the lines are numbered etc.
>>>>Any help much welcome.
>>>>Thanks in advance!
>DNAdraw for Mac will do it I think, although I haven't used that function
>myself. Available at
For the PC, my favorite is Esee (the eyeball seq editor!) by Eric Cabot that
you may get for free at trog.mbb.sfu.ca in /pub/esee. It lets you define line
lenght, interval, numbering, and export to a file that you may rework with
Word or the like, as well.
There are several brands esee109, esee200, xesee... you have to try to find
the one that suit's you best (for me : esee3).
Dr. Francis Durst CNRS / Universite Louis Pasteur
Dept Cell. Mol. Enzymology
Plant Mol. Biol. Inst.
F-67083 Strasbourg, France