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OxMol Upgrades Omiga Software for Windows

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OXFORD--Oxford Molecular Group here has introduced a new version of its Omiga sequence analysis software for Windows 95/NT. Omiga 1.1 enhancements include PCR and sequencing primer prediction, advanced 32-bit EMF graphics, and improved interface features, the company claimed. The product also offers built-in multiple sequence alignment and integrated protein analysis independent of external servers. Omiga 1.1 is priced at $1,995 for commercial researchers and $1,495 for academic and government scientists.

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