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tacg is a command-line program that performs many of the common routines in
pattern matching in biological strings. It was originally designed for
restriction enzyme analysis and while that still forms a core of the program, it
has been expanded to fill more roles, sort of a 'grep' for DNA. However, it is
also more than that: a brief description of its abilities is at the bottom of
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|| Running tacg 4.6
New features visible in the current Web version include:
- ORF and MET/STOP map
- emulate Dam and/or Dcm methylation
- analyzing sequence retrieved by accession # from NCBI (Web version only; requires BioPerl)
- creating circular Postscript or PDF plasmid maps with degeneracies plotted around the
circumference and any/all ORFs plotted as well. Click on the image to the left panel for
a PDF example.