DNA Strider 1.4 for OS X?

Aawara Chowdhury via methods%40net.bio.net (by aawara from FEMA-trailer.org)
Wed Mar 28 04:22:49 EST 2007


In <mailman.527.1175021213.5139.methods from net.bio.net>,
 Kristin Hager <khager1 from nd.edu> wrote:

> I am looking for DNA strider 1.4.  I have received no email response  
> using the email address: marck from jonas.saclay.cea.fr.  Do you have any  
> suggestions on how to buy this software? I have used the DNA strider  
> program for more than 15 years and would like to continue to do so.  
>

That's an outdated email address.  The correct address is "cmarck from cea.fr",
and Dr. Marck does respond very quickly.

In the meanwhile, there is another OS X native application whose functions
greatly overlap those of DNA Strider - "A Plasmid Editor" (ApE).  ApE has
a few advantages over DNA Strider, particularly for maintaining plasmid
databases.  ApE has a user-editable annotation database.  Once this 
database is populated with the elements present most frequently in your
plasmids, it is a matter of a two key-strokes to generate an annotated map
of any of your plasmids.  ApE opens DNA Strider files.

Available at this URL:
<http://www.biology.utah.edu/jorgensen/wayned/ape/>

AC
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