Anderas Becker (becker at ps1515.chemie.uni-marburg.de) wrote:
: In article <49i3ir$jih at news.fhg.de>, Dirk Seegert <seegert at ita.fhg.de> says:
: >does anybody know a program similar to "MacVector" for doing DNA sequence
: >analysis on PC like primer analysis, analysis for restriction sites...,
: >and which is able to load sequences from gene banks like ENTREZ or EMBL?
: For simple primer analysis and restrictions sites finding take a look at
: my home pages.
Also, there seems to be a nice project opening up in the form of the
windows/mac/unix program called 'seqpup', I think. It's free and
available by ftp from fly.iubio.indiana.edu. Can't remember if it
includes a restriction mapping module or not. Also, PC-gene does a
massive amount of sequence adata analysis, but the interface is a bit
ropey. Also you may want to see if your Mac progs run on the Mac emulator
'executor', which is a PC program. An old version of DNA strider, a Mac
program, runs fine on this emulator on a PC.