Discovery Studio Gene 1.0, MetaProcessor 3.0, GenBank Release 130.0, Trembl 21.0 | GenomeWeb

Accelrys, the San Diego-based subsidiary of Pharmacopeia, has released Discovery Studio Gene 1.0 (DS Gene), the first bioinformatics tool for the company’s Discovery Studio enterprise platform. According to Accelrys, DS Gene offers a user-friendly Windows-based interface to perform DNA and protein sequence analysis. It gives users access to Accelrys’ GCG Wisconsin Package and performs database searching, multiple sequence analysis, mapping, primer analysis, and motif searching.

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