dnaseq – Format DNA base sequences
Defines a means of specifying sequences of bases. The bases may be numbered (per line) and you may specify that subsequences be coloured.
For a more ‘vanilla-flavoured’ way of typesetting base sequences, the user might consider the seqsplit package.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Contained in||TeX Live as dnaseq|
|MiKTeX as dnaseq|
support for typesetting molecular biology|
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