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BABA stands for Basic-Algorithms-of-Bioinformatics Applet. This project aims to create a set of bioinformatic algorithms presented didactically. The algorithms available at the moment are: Needlemanamp;Wunsch, Smithamp;Waterman, Four Russians and Nussinov.

http://baba.sourceforge.net

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