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GCG V. 9.0-GAP

Mike Mitchell m.mitchell at icrf.icnet.uk
Thu Jun 12 08:58:02 EST 1997


In article <338C4FCC.41C6 at gcg.com>, Irv Edelman <edelman at gcg.com> wrote:

> Francois JEANMOUGIN wrote:
> > 
> > [...Also posted to help at gcg.com...]
> > In article <5mfc74$66t at netnews.upenn.edu>,
> >         ellis at vesicle.dental.upenn.edu (Ellis Golub) writes:
> > [...]             .         .         .         .         .
> > >      151 AGNVRSYARMDIGTTHDDYANDVVARAQYYKQHGY............... 185
> > >                                           |
> > >        1 .................................GASARLLRAAIMGAPGS 17
> > >                                   .
> > [...]
> > 
> >         I saw such strange things using GCG9 gap, but had not time
> > to work around to see what's happen. I think there is a bug (big one)
> > in GCG9 gap. Also, that was with other sequences (but I can't
> > remember which ones!!!).
> >         Could Oxford Molecular (Ooooooops, sorry) GCG look around this
> > problem?
> 
> The two sequences being aligned here (sw:lyg_ansan and sw:kad3_bovin)
> share no significant similarity.

To add to what Irv said, try having a look at these two sequences with a
dotplot program and you'll see that these two seqs bear little relation to
each other.

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