I am currently working on a completely new version of my multiple alignment
editor "Se-Al" <http://evolve.zoo.ox.ac.uk/Se-Al/Se-Al.html>. This is a
Mac only program for compiling, manipulating and editing multiple sequence
alignments. It currently features on the fly translation of protein-coding
DNA (so that you can edit the amino-acid alignment and the underlying
nucleotides will be aligned accordingly). You can drag regions and
copy and paste. Searching for motifs is a bit primative.
Anyway, the new version will have loads of features and be much better
all round. I would love to hear from people about what they would like
to see in such a program (from experiance of using Se-Al or other such
programs). It is primarily written with needs of our group in mind but
I want to make it a useful tool for others.
Andrew Rambaut, EMAIL - Andrew.Rambaut at zoology.ox.ac.uk
Zoology Department, WWW - http://evolve.zoo.ox.ac.uk/
University of Oxford,
South Parks Road, Oxford, England