Hey guys! I wanted to give everyone a heads up about a new (and FREE) plasmid mapping/manipulation program that I've made. I started a bit over a year ago making a tool for my own personal use here in lab and found it to be so useful that I decided to release it once I deemed it ready. It's still a work in progress so if there are any glitches, I appreciate any info you may want to give. It open Genbank format variants as well as the older pDRAW format (pDRAW has changed its format since I had programmed the file opening part but it will be updated soon). Among other things you can:
- Annotate new sequences from a library of known sequences (including degenerate DNA, degenerate amino acids, gapped, etc)
- Adding, deleting, or modifying sequences in the library
- Virtual gels for restriction enzymes (and mixes) you select
- Searching sequences by DNA or amino acid sequence (again includes degenerate residues and gaps)
- and more!
You can find information and the links to download on my blog (it's free, so I'm not paying my own money for a custom freakin' web site).
Edited by Bio-Lad, 13 June 2014 - 10:49 PM.