Manual multiple sequence alignment

Don Gilbert gilbertd at chipmunk.bio.indiana.edu
Tue Mar 25 09:05:03 EST 1997

A new version of esee was released by Eric Cabot
in February.  If you are using an older version, you may want
to look at this new one.  You can find it at

-- don
esee3zip.exe - Greek-lettered release of The Eyeball Sequence Editor,
               Esee Version 3.1 (02/27/97)

(This is a self unpacking .zip file destined for MS-DOS systems.)

       This is the object oriented version with pulldown menus
       and mouse support. It is still under development and is
       subject to change with neither notice nor change in version
       number. Please note the date associated with the file
       to ascertain the actual version. (Or check the "About"
       box within the program itself.)

       This archive also contains xesee - the protected
       mode version of Esee3 for use with 80386 machines or better.
       Xesee can handle up to 46 18 Kb sequences.


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?

-- d.gilbert--biocomputing--indiana u--bloomington--gilbertd at bio.indiana.edu

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