find_renz -- Identifies the position of a cut site within a sequence
-vp] enzyme filename ...
find_renz may be used to determine the position that an enzyme cuts a
sequence. It's use as a command line utility is primarily designed for
internal use within
pregap4 and as a user utility for producing
vector-primer files for use with
vector_clip. As such it is
dedicated to finding one and only one such cut site and considers no cuts
sites or multiple cut sites to be an error.
Only one enzyme may be specified, which is given by the enzyme name (upper or
lower case is not important). One or more filenames may be specified. If an
enzyme does not cut a sequence the message "Enzyme not found in sequence" will
be sent to stderr. If an enzyme cuts a sequence more than once the message
"Found more than one match" will be sent to stderr. Otherwise output is
produced to stdout. This means that wildcards may be used (
smai *.seq >> vpfile) with the output redirected without needing to consider
whether the enzyme is suitable for all files matching the wildcard pattern.
See section vector_clip(1).