Hi Yoel and Adaia,
Just a minor correction about DNATools. DNATools can be used free of charge
for as long as you continue re-newing your registration (every three months).
Getting a license number is simple: just fill in the registration form and
send it. The license number normally arrives the same or the following day.
Whether the program is 'simple and intuitive' is of course a different question.
yoel and adaia shiboleth wrote:
>> Hi all
> I'm sure this discusion should interest many "shoestring" researchers if
> it gets going.
> I'm looking for a FREEWARE plasmid drawing program for windows 95/98.
> As of now I'm using different demos about to expire.
> I also cannot seem to find one simple intuitive program for Windows that
> simply does what DNA Strider and Amplify do under Mac OS, without it
> threatening to expire just as I get the hang of it and start remembering
> what it's name was. (I have Vector Viewer, GenDoc, Genstudio, DNA Club,
> DNA Tools, CN3D, JamBW, and probably some more).
> I'll settle for a comercial program that does restriction, translation,
> virtual PCR, primer selection etc. only if 1: I get to try it first 2:
> if it's under 100 US$. I cannot possibly afford DNA Star, Vector NTI
Soeren W. Rasmussen, Dr. scient.
Department of Physiology
swr at crc.dk, http://www.crc.dk/phys