Silent Mutagenesis: Program wanted

Chris Upton cupton at sol.uvic.ca
Fri Apr 15 13:45:38 EST 1994


In Article <rudnick.24.000D3FB0 at biomed.med.yale.edu>,
rudnick at biomed.med.yale.edu (Gary Rudnick) wrote:
>In article <2oh6qm$cca at news.duke.edu> mjtino at acpub.duke.edu (Michael J. Tino)
writes:
>>From: mjtino at acpub.duke.edu (Michael J. Tino)
>>Subject: Silent Mutagenesis: Program wanted
>>Date: 13 Apr 1994 16:32:22 GMT
>
>>My lab is in search of a program which will help us design restriction sites
>>within our genes of interest without changing the protein sequence.  So far,
>>we have found an IBM-compatible program, but none for the Macintosh (and
>>all of the department's computers are Macs).  Does anyone out there know of
>>one?  I'd greatly appreciate it if you could e-mail responses directly to
>>me, or better yet, to my advisor, Dr. Jo Rae Wright, at her e-mail
>>address:  jo_rae_wright at cellbio.duke edu
>
>>Thanks in advance,
>>Michael Tino
>>Department of Cell Biology
>>Duke University
>>Durham, NC 27705

When I was at the University of Alberta, I used SNIPPER.
The author is (I think)


                        Eric Hall
                        Chiron Corp.
                        (510) 420-4757
                        ricci at chiron.com
                                                    
If you can't find him, try Bruce_Malcolm at darwin.biochem.ualberta.ca

The program runs on a UNIX box (SUN).

Cheers,
  Chris

Chris Upton 
Biochemistry & Microbiology
University of Victoria
PO Box 3055, Victoria
BC, Canada   V8W 3P6

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