Windows: sequence analysis

Ed Rybicki ed at molbiol.uct.ac.za
Tue Feb 4 14:57:00 EST 1997

Zhaomin Yang wrote:
> Hi, all,
> Wondering if someone can recommend a good sequence analysis program(s) for
> Windows. I used to use Strider, but the lab I'm in now doesn't have Macs.
> It would be great if the program can draw plasmid maps and can be used for
> designing primers.
> Zhaomin

Hi - we have recently started to use DNAMAN from Lynnon Biosoft up in
Canada; it is remarkably full-featured (if a bit idiosyncratic), and
will do multiple sequence alignment, translation, dna frag assembly, PCR
primer and oligo design...it is also CHEAP ($260 or so).  Works well
under Win 3.1 and is LIGHTNING fast on even long sequence multiple
alignments.  Also does shading of alignments (another perennial q).
                     Ed Rybicki, PhD  
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