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plasmid maps from rest. frag. sizes?

Dan Jacobson x-8453 danj at welchgate.welch.jhu.edu
Tue Sep 22 11:20:31 EST 1992


Brian Foley writes:
>	I am looking for a program (Mac, DOS, or VMS) that will help
>me draw a circular (or linear) map of DNA, given a list of the
>restriction fragment sizes that are observed upon single and
>multiple-enzyme digests.
>	I have looked in the IBMPC and MAC subdirectories of the
>MOLBIO directory of FLY.BIO.INDIANA.EDU FTP site.  I did not see what
>I wanted there, but I may have missed something.

Harry Mangalam mentioned Comap and Gelreader, you might also want to
take a look at Double-digester written by Larry Wright at Yale.
There are versions for the Mac and Sun.

All files are available via anonymous ftp from ftp.cs.yale.edu
(128.36.0.36), in the directory /pub/double_digester:

        double_digester.Z        Sun version (uncompresses to 11.8MB)
        double_digester.sea.hqx  Mac version (unbinhex/uncompact to 2.4MB)
 
        data.tar                 sample data directory (for Sun only --
                                 Mac hqx file includes this directory)
 
        manual_draft.txt         Draft Manual (ascii version)
        manual_draft_macwp20.hqx Draft Manual (Mac WordPerfect 2.0)
 





Best of luck,


Dan Jacobson




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