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    New Groups: New Projects at The Open Lab
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Wednesday, September 13, 2000


    The Open Lab extends a warm welcome to the developers of the six projects that have moved to our SourceForge project management system within the past two months. Some projects have even been moved from All twelve projects hosted at The Open Lab can be accessed through our website.


    ``GFIT is a genome scale sequence comparison tool developed by Hidemasa Bono, when he was in the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University under the KEGG project. Because he left that institute, these programs are now going to be maintained under GPL.''


    ``A GNU/Linux-based system, called DEgenerate Oligonucleotide Design & Analysis System (DEODAS), for designing and electronically analyzing consensus-degenerate oligonucleotides is being developed by integrating published software tools from other authors: Clustalw, CODEHOP, and EMBOSS. DEODAS integrates these software tools to automatically design and screen oligonucleotides in batch against databases of known gene sequences.''


    ``JaMBW, the Java based Molecular Biologist's Workbench....[provides] free access to the exploitment of the most common bioinformatic operations that a molecular biologist currently has. The peculiar aspect of JaMBW, however, is to take advantage of the foremost developments in computer science in order to deliver information in a way simple to use. The latter includes, therefore, point-and-click, drag-and-drop, plug-and-play.''


    ``[AcE is a] gene finding accuracy evaluation tool and test datasets. It allows a nearly complete set of evaluation statistics to be easily generated on a customisable set of test sequences. AcE has nothing to do with ACEDB.''


    ``Ghemical is a freeware molecular modelling package. There are graphical user interfaces for GLUT-library and for GNOME. Both quantum-mechanical and forcefield-based methods are supported, and it is also possible to add new methods.''


    ``[COMBOSA3D is] a web-based program for comparing sequence conservation patterns to three-dimensional structures.''
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