Jul 20, 2023

Collection of Python modules for bioinformatics

The Biopython Project is an international association of developers who are providing freely available Python tools for use in areas of computational molecular biology such as bioinformatics and genomics.

Biopython is a collection of Python packages and modules created by the Biopython Project, intended to provide the basis for building bioinformatics applications in the Python language.

Note that the current release is alpha quality, and not yet deemed to be stable.

This port includes optional support for Biopython-CORBA, a CORBA interface built to the BioCorba standard http//

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