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'GNUpolyxmass' is a complete set of modules for doing mass spectrometric data simulations and analyses on (bio-)polymers of any chemical type. It gives users an interface to define any polymer chemistry type. Once the polymer chemistry type has been thoroughly defined, the users edit polymer sequences and perform biochemical and mass spectrometric simulations. The distribution includes the following source packages:

-libpolyxmass (the non-graphical chemical intelligence of the
GNU polyxmass software suite)
-polyxmass-bin (the binary executable that the user executes)
-polyxmass-common (essential atom and protein polymer
chemistry definition)
-polyxmass-data (optional chemistry data for RNA, DNA,
saccharide polymers)
-polyxmass-doc (User manual source files)


User manual available in PDF format from

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Download version 0.8.8 (stable)
released on 29 July 2005



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GPLv2orlaterJanet Casey21 March 2005

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Filippo Rusconi Maintainer

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Software prerequisites

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Required to build libgtk+ v2; libxml v2; libgnomecanvas v2

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 7 January 2008.


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