Designing in restriction sites

Stuart Kuhstoss sk at lilly.com
Tue Dec 12 12:01:59 EST 1995


In Article <30C4D446.2F1B at umich.edu>, Rick Neubig <RNeubig at umich.edu> wrote:
>Hello,
>I am interested in designing unique restriction sites into a particular
>general area of a plasmid without changing the expressed protein. There
>are no naturally occuring restriction sites. Two questions:
>
>1) Is there software that tackles this kind of problem or are there
>general approaches which have been taken to simplify this?
>

>Thanks in advance,
>Rick
>_________________________________________________________
>Rick Neubig                             RNeubig at umich.edu
>Pharmacology
>University of Michigan               Phone (313) 763-3650
>http://www.umich.edu/~rneubig        FAX   (313) 763-4450

In the GCG software package you can use the program MAP with the line
command /SILENT to give you sites that won't change the protein sequence.


Stu Kuhstoss



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