Windows software - a comp

Harold Drabkin harold.drabkin at channel1.com
Sun May 14 01:16:00 EST 1995

Subject: Windows software - a comparison

R>I would like to receive some responses from people who own any of these (or 
R>other) programs. 
R>So far, I was impressed by DNASIS, but the price is high, and I don't like the

R>idea of a hardware key. This will make it difficult to run the program on my 
R>home machine if I want to do some work at home. VectorNTI seems very nice, 
R>but lacks many features, such as alignments, protein analysis, etc.
R>Please post your responses, since I assume that other people will be 
R>interested in this discussion.

Ron, we've just received several packages of WinGenesys, since my
instituion (MIT) bought a site license (MIT is almost soley Macs; The
company that makes WinGensys figured that they really wouldn't be losing
much money with the site license; and I think we are being used as
beta-testers!!). It lists for around $1300. Comes with many modules,
which may be ordered separately. I was more interested in producing good
plasmid map drawings. However, it has all of the standard stuff:
translation, restriction enzyme, protein structure prediction, etc.   We
have access to the wisconsin gcg package via a mainframe, so I haven't
played with much of the program other than the mapping and restriction

Team Associates, Inc.
P.O. Box 568
Westerville, OH 43081-0568

You might be able to cut some deal.

Harold Drabkin
hdrabkin at mit.edu

 * OLXWin 1.00 * Pardon me; my attack cat's claws need to be sharpened.

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