DNA restriction mapping programs

Eric Carstens Eric.B.Carstens at uni-konstanz.de
Fri Apr 7 04:02:23 EST 1995


In article <cdh-0404951234010001 at f010.mim.uic.edu>
cdh at uic.edu (C. Douglas Hershberger) writes:


> 
>    We are currently having problems with DNA strider v 1.0.  We use
> strider to generate restriction maps from sequence data. But recently it
> has been crashing our computer, which is a powermac 6100/60.  All we
> really need is a program which takes sequence and creates a restriction
> map based on that sequence. Does anyone know of some good programs
> available for cheap or free that will do this as well as strider?  I have
> heard that a new version of strider is available, but do not know where to
> get it.  My apologies if this is in some FAQ somewhere but I didn't see
> any mention of this topic in the FAQ for this newsgroup and this seemed
> like the most appropriate group to ask.  Thanks             -Doug
> 

DNA Strider 1.2 is available from the author of Version 1. A shareware
program called DNAid available from most FTP software sites will do
what you want.

Eric Carstens (On sabbatical!)
Universitaet Konstanz
D 78434 Konstanz, Germany
E-mail: Eric.B.Carstens at uni-konstanz.de



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