DNA sequence analysis packages
John R. McQuiston
zje8 at cdc.gov
Thu Nov 11 08:09:20 EST 1999
I personally like DNAstar's Lasergene 99. It has alot of very nice new
features including downloading directly from NCBI into any of the modules.
Also for sequencing people you can take the curve files directly off the
sequencer and use (and view) them in DNAstar. Their primer design program is
the best I've seen. I've used this in both Mac and Win environments and
haven't seen any difference.
In article <220.127.116.11.19991111095222.008c9990 at unix.ccc.nottingham.ac.uk>,
tpillay at nottingham.ac.uk says...
>I would like comments on the DNA sequence analysis packages available for
>the Windows 95/98/NT.
>I am a Mac devotee who recently switched to PC since my institution won't
>support the Mac (silly really) but there you have it. (still love my Mac
>I have been playing around with Omiga & DNAsis and Vector NTI. There are
>all pretty fiddly to use but I would like to have DNA analysis software
>running on Windows.
>Does anyone know of a recent reviews on these?
>Omiga was supposed to have been voted the best package (don't know why?) by
>some reviewers as claimed by the company (would like the source of the
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