looking for FREE PC plasmid drawing program

Tom Hall tahall2 at unity.ncsu.edu
Sun Oct 24 13:49:30 EST 1999


You could try BioEdit at:

http://www.mbio.ncsu.edu/RNaseP/info/programs/BIOEDIT/bioedit.html

It's a fully-integrated Sequence/alignment editor that also allows you to
draw plasmids

It installs and unistalls itself, is 100% free and comes with NO strings
attached (not even pesky emails).  If you like it, use it as long as you
want.  If you hate it, uninstall it.  If you like it, but have a
suggestion, email the author and he might be able to do something.

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
> etc...





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