On Thu, 26 Feb 2004 11:37:34 GMT, "RaFTa" <rafta4NO^spam at hotmail.com>
>>we've got an assignment from school to identify relevant parts of an
>artificial genome, relevant parts being the genes. we've searched on google
>for gene-finding programs, but they always need the type of species that
>genome belongs to...
It is ok to lie to the program.
Why not try different species and see what difference it makes. That
could be an interesting aspect of the study.
(Do you know whether your DNA sequence is for bacterial DNA? That
simplifies things a lot, since you need not look for introns.)