software for simple DNA sequence editing

Dr. Duncan Clark news at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Thu Aug 2 04:07:45 EST 2001


In article <3b6849a7.3341653 at news.gwdg.de>, the eminent  at GWDG,
Goettingen wrote
>I am looking for a simple software tool were I can paste a DNA
>sequence, format it in say, blocks of 10 bases and 50 bases each row
>and were I can put an arrow over 20 bases and a text saying "forward
>primer" or a box around six bases and the text "XbaI site". This
>sounds very simple and useful, doesn't it?
>Is anyone aware of such a software?

Any free drawing program should do this and failing that maybe even MS
Word would do.

Duncan
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Homogeneous Fluorescent Reporting Systems for Real-Time Quantitative PCR: 

Optimisation, Probe Technology & Future Systems

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King Alfred's College, Winchester, UK 

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