As a software developer I've used git for years and have found it the
perfect solution for source control.
Lately I have found myself using git in a unique use-case - modifying
DNA/RNA sequences and storing them in git, which are essentially
software/source code for cells/life. For
Thank-you all for replying,
It's just as Jason suggests - Genbank, FASTA EMBL are more or less
the defacto standards, I suspect FASTA will be phased out because (to
my knowledge) it does not support gene annotation, nevertheless, they
are all text based.
These formats usually insert linebreaks
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