A sequence from the ev program. A 266 base sequence is
marked every 10 bases.  The first part of the sequence has
a 'gene' with parts marked by underlines.  Each underline
has a letter and a number.  The letters repeat A, C, G, T.
The numbers are computed from the two's complement notation
of the sequence coded as 00, 01, 10 and 11. the remainder
of the genome consists of sites marked with plus (for
functional) or minus for (non functional).

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