>One of the best (if not the best) sequence assembly software comes in Roger Staden's package. If you are a research institute, it's around a mere hundred pounds sterlimg, and it is excellent.
>>If you have X-windows, its even better.
>>It is very simple, though can appear complicated to a non-computer user.
>>Unfortunately, I cant find his e-mail address.
Enquiries about obtaining the Staden package can be directed to Roger Staden at:
rs at mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk
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