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The first program converts any sequence to plain text. The next two programs provide a way to generate the original database entry format from a GenBank/EMBL entry in a GCG database. The ToPirAll program provides a way to extract a set of subsequences in PIR format. The last program produces input files for the Primer program.
ToText converts a sequence into plain text format.
ToGenBank is a simple utility program that reads a GenBank entry from a GCG sequence database, and writes it out in GenBank flat file format.
ToEmbl is a simple utility program that reads an EMBL entry from a GCG sequence database, and writes it out in EMBL flat file format.
ToPirAll is a utility program that converts a list of sequences, or ranges of sequences, into PIR format for use in other non-GCG programs, especially CLUSTALV.
ToPrimer formats a GCG sequence file into a PRIMER compatible file.
ToRelate creates an input file for the NBRF RELATE program.
CReformat rewrites sequence file(s), scoring matrix file(s), or enzyme data file(s) so that they can be read by GCG programs. For sequence files, a base range can be selected or excluded.
EFromFastA reformats one or more sequences from FastA format into individual files in GCG format.
EFromStaden changes a sequence from Staden format into GCG format. If the file contains a nucleotide sequence, the ambiguity codes are converted as shown in Appendix III of the GCG Program Manual. EFromStaden is a version of GCG's old FromStaden with command line control.
EToStaden writes a GCG sequence into a file in Staden format. If the file contains a nucleotide sequence, the ambiguity codes are converted as shown in Appendix III of the GCG Program Manual. EToStaden is a version of GCG's ToStaden with command line control.
EGetSeq reads a sequence from a computer that is acting as a terminal and writes it into a new sequence file in GCG format on the computer running the Wisconsin Package. EGetSeq is a version of GCG's GetSeq with command line control.