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Major Releases for BioPython and BioPerl
Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Friday, March 09, 2001 (3 comments)
Submitter Jeffrey Chang writes, ``The 1.00a1 release of Biopython is ready for download. This release marks two milestone in the package. First, it is now 1.00, which means it's relatively feature complete. It has support for sequences & annotations, alignments, substitution matrices, BLAST, ClustalW, ENZYME, FASTA formatting, GenBank, GoBase, Medline, Prosite, Rebase, SCOP, SwissProt, and UniGene. Second, it's the first non-developer's release, which means it's now reasonable to expect people to download it and do work immediately without having to mess around with the code.''

BioPython:
http://www.biopython.org/

Ewan Birney writes, ``We are very pleased to announce the Bioperl 0.7 release. This release represents a very significant improvement to the previous 0.6 series and brings a number of important new features to bioperl....Bioperl 0.7 is predominantly the effort of Jason Staijch and Hilmar Lapp who worked to build on top of the Bioperl 0.6 effort. Lorenz Pollack and Peter Schattner also provided significant pieces of code. The effort was supported by general bioperl developers, in particular Ewan Birney and Chris Dadigidan. Many thanks also goes to our Mac (Todd Richmond) and NT (Shelly Mistry) testers.''

BioPerl:
http://bio.perl.org/
Test release:
ftp://bio.perl.org/pub/DIST/bioperl-0.7.0.tar.gz

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SNP detection using biopython
Submitted by Bioinfo; posted on Monday, June 14, 2010
I am new to biopython. Does anyone knows the script to find the location of SNPs.



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SNP detection using biopython
Submitted by Bioinfo; posted on Monday, June 14, 2010
I am new to biopython. Does anyone knows the script to find the location of SNPs.

 

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