Cross-platform (Mac and Windows) MolBiol Software

Gary Rudnick rudnick at biomed.med.yale.edu
Thu Jan 6 12:45:18 EST 1994

Are any of the good commercial programs for analyzing DNA and protein 
sequences available for both Mac and MS-Windows platforms?  We have various 
machines here and we would prefer to have a single application with the same 
file format for both kinds of machine.  We would like to do primer design, 
alignments, transmembrane topology prediction, sequence editing, 
plasmid map drawing, restriction digest analysis, etc.  Searching a local 
database for sequence matches is not required, as we generally do that over 
the network.

If there's a big response to this, I will post a summary.

Thanks for any and all help.
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