gcg9.1 PlasmimaP

jun at nih.go.jp jun at nih.go.jp
Wed May 6 23:51:13 EST 1998

In article <6ip9j7$gdh at sansgene.genethon.fr> vcussac at sansgene.genethon.fr (Valerie Cussac) writes:

> Is there somebody who know how to use Plasmidmap with seqlab in gcg9.1,
> What I want in fact is to have rapidly a map of a plasmid from a sequence file.
> I've in a file the sequence of a plasmid (PBR322 for example) in gcg format
> and is it possible to have easily by Plasmidmap the map of this plasmid?
> Anybody used Plasmidmap usually?

As described in the GCG manual, you should run mapsort command
first with -plasmid option, and then invoke plasmidmap command:

% mapsort -plasmid pbr322.seq
% plasmidmap pbr322.tick

Good Luck:-)

ISHIKAWA Jun, Ph.D.            Natl. Inst. of Infectious Diseases
(jun at nih.go.jp)                Dept. of Bioactive Molecules

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