In article <5ilabl$eo6 at rc1.vub.ac.be>,
cgovaert at ulb.ac.be (Cedric Govaerts) writes:
> Nevertheless, I've lost faith in pileup, and shall maybe try ClustalW or
> ClustalX in the future.
>> If anyone has suggestion, I would appreciate,
hem, well, as you know, my only suggestion is ClustalW/X...
Also the new 1.0 stable version is about ready (we only need to
perform the html doc), you can download it from :
Some new improvements in the algorithm make clustal correct
a little problem (not really a bug, but a real problem) in the position
for opening gap (not sure it's clear, but now, it works!). Also the
GUI version gives some tools for analysis. We will try to make more
quality analysis tools in the near future.
ClustalX 1.0 can read the new MSF format and will soon be
able to read the rsf format with secondary struture features (thanks
to GCG for their help).
P.S.: The official announce of ClustalX1.0 is "in press", but you can
download it now...
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