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XDOM, a graphical tool to analyse domain arrangements in protein families Gouzy J., Eugene P., Greene E.A., Kahn D., Corpet F. (1997) Comp. Appl. BioSci. 13:601-608 Last updated on Apr 3, 1998

 
 

ESPript: multiple sequence alignments in PostScript. Gouet, P., Courcelle, E., Stuart, D.I. and Metoz (1999) Bioinformatics. 15:305-308 Last updated on September, 2001

 
 

Browsing protein families via the "Rich Family Description" format Corpet F., Gouzy J. and Kahn D. (1999) Bioinformatics 15:1020-1027 Last updated on Mar 29, 2001

 
 

Julie D. Thompson, Frédéric Plewniak, Raymond Ripp, Jean-Claude Thierry and Olivier Poch (2001). Towards a Reliable Objective Function for Multiple Sequence Alignments. J.Mol.Biol. (2001) 314, 937-951.

 
 
 
 

This software will allow you to align simultaneously several biological sequences

 
 

The RasMol program is the most popular program for displaying molecular structures developped by Roger Sayle (Glaxo Wellcome Research and Development, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, U.K.)

 
 

Chemscape Chime is a Netscape/Internet Explorer(Chime 2.6 SP3) plug-in developed by MDL, similar to RasMol

 
 
 

MolScript is a program for displaying molecular 3D structures, such as proteins, in both schematic and detailed representations

 
 

Structure based Alignment Program - STRAP allows to align hundreds of proteins by sequence and 3D-structure.

 

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