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GCG Releases Web-based Interface for Software

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MADISON, Wis.--Genetics Computer Group (GCG), a wholly owned subsidiary of Oxford Molecular Group, has released a web-based interface to its Wisconsin Package sequence analysis software. Accessible through Netscape Navigator or Microsoft's Internet Explorer browsers, GCG's SeqWeb simplifies web-based sequence analysis by eliminating the need to memorize program commands and operating system specifics. Users can use sequence files from the desktop, access group project data on the server, and search the site's standard and proprietary databases via the browser. The product also incorporates links to local databases, as well as those on the internet, such as Medline, PDB, FlyBase, MIM, and the US Patent and Trademark Office patent database.

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