The goal of the PyAnnHyb project is to rewrite the complete AnnHyb application using the
Python programming language in order to run under various platforms like Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft-Windows.
PyAnnHyb is at a VERY early stage of development. DO NOT use it with important data!
PyAnnHyb is free software, and is released under the GNU
General Public License.
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Current version: v. 0.021
Please send your comments and/or suggestions and all bugs you will find via e-mail.
If this project is useful to you you can donate a small fee to support PyAnnHyb development.
A version for Microsoft-Windows operating system is available at http://bioinformatics.org/annhyb
PyAnnHyb is at an early stage of development and includes only these few features:
- Local alignment of oligonucleotides on sequences
- Melting temperature by nearest-neigbour method (temperatures range for degenerated oligonucleotides)
- IUPAC sequence
- Oligonucleotide molecular weight
- Oligonucleotide molar extinction coefficient
- Sequence retrieving from NCBI server
- Melting temperature of sequence selection
- Sequence annotations
- Sequence restriction analysis
- Sequence translation
For backward compatibility the AnnHyb's projects can be reopened and resaved in a format that is compatible with AnnHyb for Microsoft-Windows (.annhyb).
More functions will be added in the next versions.
See project history for more details
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