I don't think there is anything in GCG or in EGCG aside from prime.
We have primer3 and OSP installed, but they're not too popular
around here. You can goto:
check out what is available there - a pretty long list. Most of the
programs seem to be designed to do PCR rather than hybridization.
We have a person here that uses a program called hybsimulator and
loves it. It's unfortunately $$. you can check it out at:
MacVector has a kinda neat feature that scans protein sequences for
Hyb probes, but does not tell you anything about secondary
structure or alternate binding sites.
STAFFA at niehs.nih.gov ("NICK STAFFA 361-5444 EXT. 410") wrote on 4
> Does anyone have any experience using GCG to pick out probes for
> hybridization? Prime comes to mind, but my client seems to find it
>> Nickolas G. Staffa
> National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
> Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
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