stand-alone equivalent of PRETTY

Rick Westerman westerm at purdue.edu
Mon Nov 4 09:48:08 EST 1996

> >There are a couple of multiple sequence alignment programs out there.
> >Clustal is probably the oldest publically available program.
> [...]
>         Last version of clustalw is 1.6 march 1996, you find it old?

I meant not that the software itself was old, obviously the most recent
version is within the year, but that Clustal was one of the first
publically released multiple sequence alignment programs. It has a
history of being good solid software.

-- Rick

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