In article <t4phage.715623093 at milton> t4phage at milton.u.washington.edu (Betty Kutter) writes:
>>For the work I have been doing on the bacteriophage T4 genome
>I have found that an editor for sequence work would be useful.
>I have setup an example at the bottom of this message and
>I will explain the various parts. I would like a work space of unlimited
>(something wider than 10K bases) width and 25 to 40 lines in
>length. The work space would be divided into two major areas
>reply to t4phage at u.washington.edu>I recommend you obtain the file esee109e.zip from the anonymous
ftp site at ftp.bio.indiana.edu. It is in the directory molbio/ibmpc
and it is a binary file. Send me email if you need help/instructions
on using anonymous ftp.
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