software for finding restriction sites
wgschech at med.uni-tuebingen.de
Wed Jan 21 09:04:43 EST 1998
I'm using WinPlas, actually a program for making graphical
presentations of plasmids, when I'm working at home where I have no
www access. It has some RE finding and annotating capabilities.
There's a free demo version where exporting and saving of
data is disabled.
See http://www.webaxis.com/goldstein/ for more info.
You also might have a look in the IUBio software archive:
If you need a tool for doing sequence format conversions, Brendan
Babb's tools (some file starting with BBSF) might be a hlep
If you have WWW access, try the links on this page:
> Are there any PC programs that accept a DNA sequence and
> identify restriction sites. I used to have access to MAP
> on GCG but no more. This is the kind of thing I need but
> preferably for my own (no internet) PC but if not
> somewhere on the internet that offers MAP or equivalent.
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