Public domain or GPL multiple alignment tools ???

Greg Dougherty gregd at molecularsoftware.com
Thu Feb 27 05:29:37 EST 2003


Jellyfish does multiple sequence alignment. When I wrote the MSA code
(actually, I ported the relevant parts of Clustal W to Java),
Jellyfish was free to use.


"Gordon D. Pusch" wrote:
> Are there any good multiple alignment tools that are public domain or GPL ???
> CLUSTALW is excellent, but it appears to require a licensing agreement for
> non-academic users...
> -- Gordon D. Pusch
> perl -e '$_ = "gdpusch\@NO.xnet.SPAM.com\n"; s/NO\.//; s/SPAM\.//; print;'

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