[Debian-med-packaging] dialign-t_1.0.0-1_powerpc.changes is NEW

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  to pool/main/d/dialign-t/dialign-t_1.0.0.orig.tar.gz
(new) dialign-tx-data_1.0.0-1_all.deb optional science
Common data files for dialign-tx
 This package contain the score matrices and probability distribution files
 that DIALIGN-TX needs to align peptidic and nucleic sequences.
(new) dialign-tx_1.0.0-1_powerpc.deb optional science
Segment-based multiple sequence alignment
 DIALIGN-TX is a command line tool to perform multiple alignment of protein or
 DNA sequences. It is a complete reimplementation of the segment-base approach
 including several new improvements and heuristics that significantly enhance
 the quality of the output alignments compared to DIALIGN 2.2 and DIALIGN-T.
 For pairwise alignment, DIALIGN-TX uses a fragment-chaining algorithm that
 favours chains of low-scoring local alignments over isolated high-scoring
 fragments. For multiple alignment, DIALIGN-TX uses an improved greedy
 procedure that is less sensitive to spurious local sequence similarities.
 DIALIGN-TX has been published in Amarendran R. Subramanian, Michael Kaufmann,
 Burkhard Morgenstern: Improvement of the segment-based approach for multiple
 sequence alignment by combining greedy and progressive alignment strategies.
 Submission in Progress, 2008.
Changes: dialign-t (1.0.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
  [ David Paleino ]
  * Updated to Standards-Version 3.7.3 (no changes needed)
  [ Charles Plessy ]
  * New upstream version, renamed DIALIGN-TX.
  * debian/control: Enhances: t-coffee.
  * debian/copyright:
    - Converted to machine-readable format.
    - Updated relevant copyrights for 2008.
  * Updated my email address.

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