Manual multiple sequence alignment

Dr. Peter Gegenheimer PGegen at kuhub.cc.ukans.edu
Fri Mar 21 19:29:49 EST 1997

>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?

VisEd for Windows is a close look-alike of esee. Doesn't take msf alignments, but seems to work like esee. Caution - although I've used esee a lot in the past, I've only just looked at VisEd.

VisEd 1.1 is available from the IUBIO archive.  You can download the self-extracting zip file vised11.zip from ftp://iubio.bio.indiana.edu/molbio/ibmpc/vised11.zip

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