Primer DOS version

Dan Jacobson danj at dev.gdb.org
Tue Feb 8 10:24:28 EST 1994

In article <waverheu.380.2D5669F9 at rc1.vub.ac.be> waverheu at rc1.vub.ac.be (Willy A Verheulpen) writes:
>The subject says it all.
>Can anyone direct me towards the latest Primer version for PC
>under DOS.
>The ones I found through archie were apparently for other platforms
>(Or didn't I look very well?)

Point your Web client at the following URL:


and select:

Search for and retrieve software from sites around the world

Here you'll find a number of things to help you find software,
among them are links into almost 80 sites which have software for
biology.  One of which is:

   59. Primer, Mapmaker, Mouse SSLP Maps (Whitehead) 

If you haven't heard of the Web (WWW) and/or don't have a client yet write
me a note and I'll send you some information to help get you started.

For direct ftp access:

The ftp site for Primer is genome.wi.edu - Primer is in the
pub/primer.0.5 directory - the DOS file is primer.exe.

Best of luck,

Dan Jacobson

danj at gdb.org

Johns Hopkins University

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