sequence assembler

John Barlow john_q_barlow at hotmail.com
Thu Sep 9 17:03:31 EST 1999

I beg to differ.  Sequencher is overpriced and has a very confusing interface.  
Lasergene (www.dnastar.com) is cheaper and more intuitive, however, as it is a 
Macintosh program recompiled for Windows, it has its share of problems as well. 
 Nevertheless, it beats Sequencher on price/performance.


In article <7r6map$s4k at net.bio.net>, jmcconne at clevelandgenomics.com says...
>> Does anyone know of a PC compatible assembly program that can use ABI
>> electropherogram files to reassemble the sequences.
>Have you looked at Sequencher from Genecodes
>(http://www.genecodes.com/)?  Their software is very good and they have
>both Mac and PC versions.
>Jeff McConnell
>Director, Genomic Services
>Cleveland Genomics, Ltd.
>10515 Carnegie Avenue
>Cleveland, Ohio 44106
>tel: (216) 791-5500, out of town call: 1-877-DNA CGCG (1-877-362-2424)
>fax: (216) 791-5508
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