NcDNAlign - Plausible Multiple Alignments of Non-Protein-Coding Genomic Sequences
Dominic Rose, Jana Hertel, Kristin Reiche, Peter F Stadler, Jörg Hackermüller
- NcDNAlign 1.0.7, Feb 2011:
Removed some annoying limitations, e.g. species names are not any longer restricted to 3-letter codes. However, since blast or also clustalw cut a name after a fixed number of characters, we only allow species names of max length 10. Next, the output of mergeGwAln.pl is now more compact and resulting output files need only 60% of disk space compared to previous releases.
- NcDNAlign 1.0.6, Nov 2008:
Revised CLUSTALW alignments, they now contain the complete chromosome labels, for alignments with coordinates we still suggest to generate MAF alignments.
- NcDNAlign 1.0.5, June 2008:
Revised trimAln.pl: Added usefull option to output resulting alignments in one single file.
- NcDNAlign 1.0.4, Jan 2008:
Improved performance and alignment output (increased sensitivity). The pipeline-scripts have been renamed.
- NcDNAlign 1.0.3, Jan 2008:
Fixed another bug in cutSequences.pl: BioPerl handling of sublocations is now correct.
- NcDNAlign 1.0.2, Nov 2007:
Improved runtime of mergeGenomewideAln.pl; Some bugs regarding coordinates of MAF alignments produced by trimAln.pl have been fixed.
- NcDNAlign 1.0.1, July 2007:
Some bugs in cutSequences.pl have been fixed, in case of single fasta files runtime has been improved (from days to minutes) by avoiding swapping, even when big files are processed.
- NcDNAlign 1.0, June 2007: