[Zbrafish] Software for DNA/Protein analysis

Jane via zbrafish%40net.bio.net (by coxj from slu.edu)
Wed Oct 20 10:44:27 EST 2010


Hi Becky, I really like generunner, which is available from softpedia.com. I think it is compatible with windows 7. I use a mac now, and use DNA strider
On Oct 16, 2010, at 3:21 PM, Burdine, Rebecca D wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>  
> I am looking to replace our DNA/Protein analysis software and wondered if anyone had a recommendation for a product that they liked.  I have a very old version of DNAStar that we like but isn’t compatible with Windows 7. It is pretty expensive to replace so I want to check other options.
>  
> We need something pretty simple that will let us make DNA sequence files, protein sequence files, maps of features like restriction enzyme sites or domain regions, sequence alignment, etc.
>  
> Any suggestions?
>  
> Becky
>  
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