[Biococoa-dev] Even more on sequence formats

Charles Parnot charles.parnot at gmail.com
Tue Apr 11 19:02:31 EDT 2006

I got you on this one, Koen :-)

btw, great work. I see all these entries in the BioCocoa svn RSS feed  
in NetNewsWire, and I am amazed!


> On Apr 11, 2006, at 6:19 PM, Alexander Griekspoor wrote:
>> Hi Koen,
>> The format is explained in detail on this page I happened to  
>> encounter: http://www.mekentosj.com/enzymex
>> I copied the relevant part below:
>> Another sequence format?
>> Not really. The files EnzymeX creates look like normal files, but  
>> right-click and open their contents and you will see that they  
>> consist of a simple FASTA file and a file in which EnzymeX stores  
>> its preferences. Send a file to someone who doesn't have EnzymeX  
>> or to a Windows user and they will simply see a folder with a  
>> FASTA file. No problem! If you have any questions about the exDNA  
>> file "format", don't hesitate to contact us.
> Hehehehehe :)
> - Koen.

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