DNA sequence analysis for Mac

John Doe jdoe at aol.com
Sat Feb 6 18:05:43 EST 1999


Edwin ten Dam wrote:
> 
> In article <36B5FAE3.875ECC6E at chollian.net>, Senovia von Perle
> <senovia at chollian.net> wrote:
> 
> >There are several softwares for DNA sequence analysis...
> >MacDNAsis by Hitachi software...
> >MacVector by Oxford...
> >Sequencher...
> >MacStar...
> 
> Macvector is very nice. The price is rediculous though: A very outrageous
> 1800 pounds! I can't see many University labs forking out that sort of
> money. Why there isn't an academic discount I can't understand.
> 
> cheers,
> 
> Edwin
> 
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Why don't you try Vector NTI? (www.informaxinc.com) I believe they have
a free demo version available for download.




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