In article <1992Dec3.210220.9414 at newssrv.edvz.univie.ac.at> A8731GBK at vm.univie.ac.at (Robert J. Felber) writes:
>>I am looking for a program, which is able to detect potential cloverleaf
>secondary structures (potential tRNAs) for a MS-DOS computer. I found
>one in the literature: 'TRNA', developed by Staden (1980) Nucleic Acid
>Research 8, 817-825.
>Does anyone know, from where I can get it or if there is a modern equivalent.
>For any hints I would be very appreciated. Thanks in advance.
There is a program at ftp.bio.indiana.edu in the molbio/mac directory
called trna.hqx. You can download it via anonymous ftp or by gopher
(if you go by gopher it's in the IUBio-Software+Data/molbio/mac directory).
Note that there are two other files there - trnasearch-euk.hqx and
trnasearch-prok.hqx - they are just the two halves of trna.hqx.
I know that you want a DOS program - humor me for a minute :-)
The Mac version was actually derived from a PC program which you may
be able to get if you contact the author.
The author of the DOS version is:
Division of Biochem.
P.O. Box 13048
Science Research Bldg.
Denton, Texas 76203
Phone: (817) 565-2397 or 565-3537
Best of luck,
danj at welchgate.welch.jhu.edu