In article <learn-1211971628250001 at tench.microbiol.washington.edu>,
learn at u.washington.edu (Jerry Learn) wrote:
> In article <stuart-1211971037110001 at lud36.ludwig.ucl.ac.uk>, "Stuart
> Rison" <stuart at ludwig.ucl.NOSPAM.ac.uk> wrote:
>> > >In article <63vn9d$hc8$1 at News.Dal.Ca>,cwang2 at is.dal.ca (Cheng Wang) wrote:
> > >Does anyone know that if there is a software to calculate the apporximate
> > >molecular weight of a peptide or protein?
> > >many thanks
> > The address I posted in my previous message appears to be incorect. The
> > correct address to obtain the PAWS is on the Proteometric site at:
> > http://www.proteometrics.com/software/paws.htm> >
> > The program is availbale for Mac (PPC and 68k), Windows NT and Windows 3.1
> The WWW page appears indicate that a 603e or greater PPC is required.
> Many of the macs in our lab are old 601s. Will it work on these?
>Since nobody has answered my question here, I will point out that it does
appear to run on 601 processors. I haven't had a chance to give PAWS a
full test, but it does appear to be pretty useful especially for display
-- e.g., it includes a font that transforms single letter amino acid code
into a symbol for side-chain structure.
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