brunstei at UNIXG.UBC.CA
Wed Apr 6 22:00:48 EST 1994
You haven't said what platform you want the software to run on!
If you are using Mac, then you might want to consider the public domain
program Oligo wich I have found to be a bit abstruse but useful none the
less. It is available by anonymous ftp from ftp.bio.indiana.edu in (as i
remember) pub/molbio/mac and does a good job of suggesting possible
false priming sites and dimers, etc. The melting points are in my
experience very unreliable, however, and need fine-tuning by the
user...but I'm not sure if I would really trust any software on that.
If you need more info or have trouble locating it, let me know
and I could uuencode and send you a copy.
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