In article <j.gardner-2204951521540001 at databucket.garvan.unsw.edu.au>,
j.gardner at garvan.unsw.edu.au (James Gardner) wrote:
> SeqVu Version 1.0.1 is now available. This release corrects a bug which
> sometimes resulted in an extra residue being added to the end of a
A *VERY* neat program. You've saved hundreds of people untold hours of
toil in Canvas/Corel. Highly recommend that people give it a try.
But already one gripe (said he, the ungrateful pig)... You've used Don
Gilbert's Readseq routines to bring in a wide assortment of sequences (and
good on you for doing so), but one format that it doesn't support is one
that is likely to be used by a large minority if not majority - that of
Des Higgins' ClustalV/W. It's not big deal to write a perl/Alpha script
to do this, but it would be nice if it were built in. Any chance of
getting this in imminent Version?
Harry J Mangalam, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, UC Irvine,
Irvine, CA, 92717, (714) 824-4824, fax (714) 824 8598
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