SnapGene Viewer lets the user move beyond hand-drawn plasmid maps. It is a revolutionary software that allows molecular biologists to create, browse, and share richly annotated DNA sequence files up to 1 GB in length. SnapGene Viewer can create a DNA sequence file by either entering a sequence, or importing a record from GenBank, or even opening an annotated sequence that was stored in one of many common file formats. System requirements include Windows 8, 7, Vista or XP or Mac OS X, 1GB of RAM, and an available disk space of 250MB.
SnapGene Viewer can browse or print a DNA sequence, along with its annotations by using a customizable map sequence, enzymes, features, primers, and history views. The user can also search a DNA sequence to match either a DNA query, or a protein translation, or an annotation. He can also view and edit DNA sequence traces. SnapGene Viewer offers the fastest, and easiest way to plan, visualize, and document molecular biology procedures. Its streamlined surface also supports a range of cloning and PCR manipulations.
Our users primarily use SnapGene Viewer to open these file types:
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If you have additional information about which types of files SnapGene Viewer can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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