epcr 2.3.12-1-2 source package in Ubuntu


epcr (2.3.12-1-2) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Charles Plessy ]
  * Normalised debian/control with ‘config-model-edit‘.
    This also removed the obsolete DM-Upload-Allowed field. 
  * Conforms with Policy 3.9.4.

  [ Andreas Tille ]
  * cme fix dpkg-control
  * Moved debian/upstream to debian/upstream/metapackages

 -- Andreas Tille <email address hidden>  Sat, 23 Aug 2014 21:49:28 +0200

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epcr_2.3.12-1-2.dsc 2.0 KiB 6d2f0e2a32cc2dc5058d01386206aae32e190c72926715e6deb95fb5adcd3158
epcr_2.3.12-1.orig.tar.gz 75.0 KiB 92613a09cbba3eab66916488063b56e2a3b50a82e5308b1731b6b90d232b8275
epcr_2.3.12-1-2.debian.tar.xz 7.6 KiB 2d3273a2b489834d45db74e752de96f869c260fbdc882d6fae37f2be02e52e6d

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 Electronic PCR (e-PCR) is computational procedure that is used to identify
 sequence tagged sites(STSs), within DNA sequences. e-PCR looks for potential
 STSs in DNA sequences by searching for subsequences that closely match the
 PCR primers and have the correct order, orientation, and spacing that could
 represent the PCR primers used to generate known STSs.
 The new version of e-PCR implements a fuzzy matching strategy. To reduce
 likelihood that a true STS will be missed due to mismatches, multiple
 discontigous words may be used instead of a single exact word. Each of this
 word has groups of significant positions separated by 'wildcard' positions
 that are not required to match. In addition, it is also possible to allow
 gaps in the primer alignments.
 The main motivation for implementing reverse searching (called Reverse e-PCR)
 was to make it feasible to search the human genome sequence and other large
 genomes. The new version of e-PCR provides a search mode using a query
 sequence against a sequence database.