RANCH, BC--RabbitHutch Biotechnology, a new software company here, recently introduced its first product--a suite of software nucleic acid analysis and interpretation software programs. The company said GenTerpret provides an intuitive multitasking environment useful on multiple computing platforms with a Java-based graphical user interface and background processes written in C++. GenTerpret can integrate identities of repetitive elements, coding regions, and promoters with both local and web-based searches such as Blast.

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