The Fristensky Sequence Analysis Package (formerly Cornell Sequence
Package) has proven to be a versatile, reliable, and highly portable
of programs for sequence analysis. At the heart of the package is
a sequence manipulation program that provides a large number of options
for presentation of sequence data, as well as facilitating simulation
operations such as translation, subcloning and ligation.
search programs predict fragments and ends from single or
complete or parital digests . Rapid
similarity searches perform quantititive comparisons of nucleic
and protein sequences. Programs for
fragment size estimation and
analysis are also provided. Programs are compatible with the
ambiguity conventions , and can read a wide variety of sequence
Fristensky, B., Lis, J.T. and Wu, R. (1982) Portable microcomputer
software for nucleotide sequence analysis. Nucleic Acids Research
Most FSAP programs can now be run from
Data Environment (GDE) of Steven Smith.
Fristensky, B. (1986) Improving the efficiency of dot-matrix
searches through use of an oligomer table. Nucleic Acids Research
C code is now available for the following platforms and compilers:
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