Aaron Pawlyk (aaron at netnews.upenn.edu) wrote:
> So far the program has the following features:
> It's Windows 3.1 based and easy to use
> Performs restriction site analysis, dinucleotide frequencies, and
> open reading frame analysis used Kozak sequences
> I am currently adding a nice graphical plasmid restriction map feature
> as well as protein translation/analysis features.
> If enough (at least 2!) people are interested I'll write some documentation
> and place the files on an ftp site or two.
Browsing through the last months of bionet.software, one of the FAQs is
"Is there a free restriction mapping / plasmid drawing program for
Windows?", and up to now the answer was always "no :-(".
You would do many persons a big favour!!!
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