Molecular Biology Software for Windows

Chris_Upton at darwin.biochem.ualberta.ca Chris_Upton at darwin.biochem.ualberta.ca
Wed Apr 15 17:37:25 EST 1992

In article <sg0enINNilt at matt.ksu.ksu.edu> dje at matt.ksu.ksu.edu (Daniel Jay
Enebo) writes:
>We are looking for info and opinions on molecular biology software packages fo
>r PC clones.  We have a 33/386 and use Windows 3.1.  What is available out the
>re?  Anything like MacVector??  What about GeneWorks?? We need all the standar
>d features: plasmid construction, RNA folding, protein analysis (ie. hydrophob
>icity etc.), PCR primers, seq. alignment, sequence project management, etc.
>Any help will be greatly appreciated.
>P.S.  We only have a few days to select a package.          
>|  Daniel Enebo             |  dje at matt.ksu.edu       |
>|  Division of Biology      | ----------------------- |
>|  Kansas State University  |  Cell Cycle Regulation  |
PC GENE from Intelligenetics would be one commercial package to check out.
I don't think it NEEDS Windows. It's sort of the PC version of GeneWorks.

Chris Upton
U of Alberta

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