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Primer design II

Christoph Gartmann GARTMANN at IMMUNBIO.MPG.DE
Mon Jan 24 08:56:27 EST 1994


In <NAKA.94Jan24202825 at tristan.ics.es.osaka-u.ac.jp> naka at ics.es.osaka-u.ac.jp writes:

> Are there any published papers on PRIMER or ToPrimer?
> Thanks in advance.

There is nothing mentioned in the documenation of PRIMER. ToPrimer is part
of the GCG-EMBL extensions. There might be a paper about the latter although
I don't know.

According to the license agreement of PRIMER I am allowed to distribute PRIMER
but not to any commercial sites or for any commercial purposes. In addition
PRIMER may not be made available on mailing lists, bulletin boards or
FTP-sites without permission of the authors. Unfortunately the authors don't
seem to respond on e-mail requests although they state an e-mail address in
their manual.

The GCG-EMBL programs are available via anonyomous FTP on the EMBL fileserver
  ftp.embl-heidelberg.de

Regards
   Christoph Gartmann

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