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BioInfoMan:reduce your working time on molecular cloning by 80%

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Old 08-13-2006, 05:37 AM
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Default BioInfoMan:reduce your working time on molecular cloning by 80%



BioInfoMan ([Only registered users see links. ]) is an innovative life science software suite containing many molecular cloning and sequence analysis tools with powerful data management capability.

Many unique tools:

o Easy-to-use (the easiest!) tools to search and retrieve molecule
sequences from on-line databases such as GenBank.
o Powerful and foolproof cloning guides for:
• Sub-cloning
• PCR cloning
• TA-TOPO cloning (New!)
• Directional TOPO cloning (New!)
• Gateway cloning (New!)
• Gene synthesis
o One-click to design sequencing and PCR oligos.
o Rare codon analysis of a sequence of any species.
o Optimized reverse translation integrated with Gene Synthesis cloning guide.
o Complicated restriction enzyme digestion analysis.
o All types of protein and DNA sequence format conversion and
manipulation: Users can do almost anything to manipulate the sequences,
calculate the properties and so on.
o Auto-annotate constructs: By paste just sequences, the tool predicts all
common features and converts your sequences to fully annotated GenBank
format.

I hope the infomation will be useful for everyone.
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Default Re: BioInfoMan:reduce your working time on molecular cloning by 80%

interesting. will check this out. is this free?
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Default Re: BioInfoMan:reduce your working time on molecular cloning by 80%

It is FREE!

Good luck!
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