Hmjaeck at aol.com wrote:
: We are currently using the esee program to manually align DNA or peptide
: sequences. However, this program runs only under MS/DOS and is, therefore, a
: little bit hard to usae. Is there a WINDOWS program that allows the manual
: alignment of multiple sequences?
There is a rather nice Windows sequence alignment editor called Genedoc
which takes GCG .msf and FASTA files. It allows manual editing and very
flexible highlighting, plus loads of other stuff. It's free too.
Take a look at www.cris.com/~ketchup/genedoc.shtml It has scoring
functions to help tell whether edits are improving the alignment or not.
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