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LabCollector will manage a variety of day-to-day useful information in a collaborative way on your lab network (creates an Intranet). Manages Strains, plasmids, primers, reagents, antibodies, animals, samples, equipment, chemical structures, documents, address book, storage places, orders. Uses barcodes for efficient samples and data tracking. Visit also:

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Serial Cloner 2.1 (updated)

A new freeware developed by Franck Perez. Very neat and efficient.

Serial Cloner is a Molecular Biology software.

It provides tools with an intuitive interface that assists you in DNA cloning, sequence analysis and visualization. Has an intuitive Interface. Serial Cloner will assist you in setting-up new sub-cloning projects and in preparing the electronic versions of your constructs.

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Geneious Basic

Geneious Pro is an integrated, cross-platform bioinformatics software suite for manipulating, finding, sharing, and exploring biological data such as DNA sequences or proteins, phylogenies, 3D structure information, publications, etc. It features sequence alignment and phylogenetic analysis, contig assembly, primer design and restriction analysis, access to NCBI and UniProt, BLAST, protein structure viewing, automated PubMed searching, and more. It even includes an API for creating your own plugins.

Why not download Geneious Basic and experience the free Geneious Pro trial included for 14 days.

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Korilog BlastViewer

KoriBlast Free Viewer, or BlastViewer for short, is a freeware allowing you to graphically explore BLAST results produced by the NCBI and the EBI BLAST facilities. BlastViewer provides a graphical user interface comprising a hits table viewer, an HSP map viewer and a colour-enhanced sequence alignment viewer. In addition, the software allows you to retrieve entries from public databases for every hit sequence listed in the BLAST reports. Finally, BlastViewer is capable of opening and handling multiple BLAST files, allowing you to analyse and compare more data quickly.



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DNA Strider

A bit dated but still great full featured sequence manipulation application for the mac. Freeware

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SeqVu is an alignment editor with analysis options that allows you to work quickly and simply with multiple sequences. It is ideal for manually correcting and obtaining publication-quality pictures from alignments produced using alignment software such as ClustalV or GCG pileup. Fully functional. Shareware.

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RasMol (RasMac and RasWin)

RasMac is the Mac version of RasMol, a molecular graphics freeware program intended for the visualization of proteins, nucleic acids and small molecules, written by Roger Sayle.You can download structural coordinates for a molecule of your choice and view, rotate and customize the look of the molecule right on your Mac even with no structural biology background. Great for educational purposes.

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