In article <1993Nov24.163243.5916 at genes.icgeb.trieste.it> oberto at genes.icgeb.trieste.it (Jacques Oberto) writes:
>>Does anybody have PASCAL source code to do restriction
>enzyme analysis of a DNA sequence?
>Any help or pointer welcome.
>Jacques Oberto <oberto at genes.icgeb.trieste.it>
The following programs are available as both Pascal Source and executables,
for both DOS and Unix, as part of the FSAP package:
INTREST - interactive restriction site search
BACHREST - batch " " " ; now works with REBASE
DIGEST - given output file from BACHREST, allows user to predict multiple
enzyme digest patterns, for complete or partial digests
All programs are available by anonymous FTP to the directory 'psgendb'
See README in this directory for more information.
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