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Genpak: Sequence manipulation tools - Summary

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Genpak is a set of simple tools for manipulation of nucleic and protein sequences, written in ANSI C. The programs are supposed to be small, efective, use the Unix pipe/redirect and have a GUI via WWW/CGI.

License: GNU General Public License

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A GUI for the genpak programs
Submitted by January Weiner III; posted on Monday, January 29, 2001
I have added a GTK+ based GUI for the command-line genpak programs. It is supposed to be lightweighed and has some nice gadgets on its own.

A GUI for the genpak programs
Submitted by January Weiner III; posted on Monday, January 29, 2001
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Submitted by January Weiner III; posted on Saturday, May 27, 2000
Genpak page has been submitted to bioinformatics, and the next Genpak release should be ready next week, together with a more thorough update of the web page.

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