ISO Alignment and Phylogenetic Tree Software

Andrey A Ptitsyn andrey at sanbi.ac.za
Tue Jan 6 02:58:15 EST 1998

Try VOSTORG, which is for MS DOS, but still functional and does what you
You can download it from
ftp://ftp.bionet.nsc.ru/pub/biology/ (then follow subdirectories)
Good luck.
Andrey Ptitsyn

Emmanuel Skoufos wrote:
> Dear Bionetters:
> I am looking for a *single* software package (shareware or commercial
> product at a reasonable cost - < $ 500) that runs on Wintel platforms and
> does the following things:
> -Aligns multiple DNA and protein sequences
> *and*
> -Builds phylogenetic trees based on the alignments.
> Optimally, cutting and pasting of the sequences is allowed and the tree
> building is an easily executed option on the command menu/tool bar.
> I tried several packages that either did not allow tree construction
> (DNASIS, Prophet) or the user interface was inpractically complicated
> (PHYLIP).  I know that there are a few programs for Macs (including the
> DNASIS version for the Mac) that can do this.
> If you have any products in mind for a PC, or if any of the products you
> are using does the trick, please let me know.
> Emmanouil
> Emmanouil Skoufos, PhD
> Section of Neurobiology and
> Center for Medical Informatics
> Yale University School of Medicine
> 333 Cedar Street
> New Haven, CT 06520
> 203-785-3730
> emmanouil.skoufos at yale.edu

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