OK, I have made the sequence independent old version of pDRAW32 called
PlasmidPlotter available for download. For the time being it is available
from the very bottom of the pDRAW32 download page, until I get time to split
the pages into specific pDRAW32 and PlasmidPlotter pages.
Due to a temporary blockage of uploads to the Crosswinds site,
PlasmidPlotter is only available from the http://www.geocities.com/acaclone
> Hi Kjeld,
>> I would be interested in this version, too. It would come in handy for
> plasmids I don't really know all of the sequence but have to show/verify
> rewstriction sites and such.
"Dr. Klaus Eimert" <eimert at web.de> wrote in message
news:Xns906B552E344A6eimertwebde at 22.214.171.124...
> "AcaClone" <acaclone at hotmail.com> wrote in
> <997kjh$16im$1 at news.net.uni-c.dk>:
> >If you are looking for software that will draw maps based on the
> >sequence, you may want to have a look at pDRAW32
> >URL1: http://www.crosswinds.net/~acaclone/> >URL2: http://www.geocities.com/acaclone> >
> >If you want to draw the map without knowing the sequence, there is a
> >version of pDRAW32 that will do that, called PlasmidPlotter. It is not
> >actually available for download (as I thought no one would be
> >interrested, but if you would like to try it out, I can send you the
> >program, or make it available at the pDRAW32 sites.
> >Best regards,
> >Kjeld Olesen
> >"Jonathan Warawa" <J.Warawa at bristol.ac.uk> wrote in message
> >news:3AB5D653.2A1AC8C0 at bristol.ac.uk...> >> Does anyone know of a free simple plasmid drawing program?
> >> Thanks
> >> Jon Warawa
> >> J.Warawa at bristol.ac.uk> >>
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