PCR Primer software

wetsel_r at wums.wustl.edu wetsel_r at wums.wustl.edu
Wed Nov 17 12:54:56 EST 1993


In a previous article, csc at carson.u.washington.edu (Christopher Carlson) wrote:
>macdouga at wren.sunnybrook.utoronto.ca writes:
>>Hi There
>>        I'm looking for a software package (preferably shareware) that will
>>optimize the selection of primers for PCR.  Can anybody set me on the right
>>path?
>	Try looking up OSP, by Ladeana Hillier and Phil Green at Wash. U 
>St. Louis.  It's pretty versatile, and I think it's available as 
>freeware.  It works on a UNIX platform, and I have no idea how much room 
>it takes up...
>	csc


Just for the record, OSP is currently available as freeware for unix, 
vax/vms, MacIntosh, and IBM-PC (all processors).  Requests for the software 
must be in writing (at least it was for me) and can be FAXed...
It's pretty easy to use too!

Hope this helps.

David
haviland at kids.wustl.edu



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