R. John Lye
rjl6n at uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Tue Mar 7 07:29:53 EST 1995
Karen Usdin wrote:
> The precommercial version of DNA Strider should be available from many sites
> on the net. Try ftp to ftp.iubio.indiana.edu. Strider allows you to
> generate restriction maps very easily if you have the sequence of the plasmid.
> I might be wrong but I think that annotation of plasmid features e.g. gene
> positions is not easy with this program. The precommercial version of
> MacPlasmap (Shareware) on the other hand is useful for drawing plasmids if you
> don't have the sequence. You do have to enter the sites manually, but
> annotations are relatively simple.
My question: Does anyone have recommendations for similar Windows
software - preferably shareware or at least inexpensive? I've got
the demo of GeneRunner but its a bit more expensive than I'd like
at $399 (for the educational "discount").
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