iso2l (ˈaisəutuːl, spoken isotool) is an easy to use software to calculate the isotopic distribution of a chemical formula or an amino acid chain.
It was first developed in a little group of three student as a project in the third semester of our bioinformatics study at the Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg. This team contained:
- Martin Scharm
- Christoph Ruttkies
- Steffi Dornfeldt
The first version from year 2007 was revived in 2011 by myself to delete some bugs and add some special new features. All versions are available in the Download section.
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