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A program developed to investigate the significance of the putative correspondence between exons and units of protein structure. This analysis takes the form of an attempt to eliminate the reference or null hypothesis that there is no correspondence. The null hypothesis consists of a reference model for random gene structures and a scoring rule for quantifying correspondences. ABaCUS creates and reads files containing observed data and uses it to generate reference genes according to one of several models, after which the test is performed and the null hypothesis accepted or rejected.

Current Version:   0.63

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written in C and should be portable to most platforms.

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C compiler

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