DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.rmelting    

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R Interface to MELTING 5

Bioconductor version: 3.10

R interface to the MELTING 5 program () to compute melting temperatures of nucleic acid duplexes along with other thermodynamic parameters.

Author: J. Aravind [aut, cre] , G. K. Krishna [aut], Bob Rudis [ctb] (melting5jars), Nicolas Le Novère [ctb] (MELTING 5 Java Library), Marine Dumousseau [ctb] (MELTING 5 Java Library), William John Gowers [ctb] (MELTING 5 Java Library)

Maintainer: J. Aravind <j.aravind at icar.gov.in>

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Version 1.2.0
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