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If you regularly use online DNA sequence manipulation programs, your life might be about to get just a little easier.
At Bitesize Bio, we were becoming tired of jumping from site to site to get the sequence manipulation tools we needed. One site for reverse complementation, another for translation and yet another for restriction analysis… it was all just a bit irritating.
With version 1.0 you can clean up, reverse complement, translate and restriction analyze your DNA sequence, all from one window.
We think this tool is fast, user-friendly, and provides a great alternative to trawling through your bookmarks to load up individual tools on different sites. Take a look, and tell us what you think.
Alexandre is already hard at work on the next version, which will have even more great features. And and we’d like you to join in the fun by telling us about features you’d like to see in future versions, or any ways in which you think the current version can be improved.
Just drop us a quick line via our contact page to tell us your thoughts. As ever, we look forward to hearing from you.
We’ll keep you informed whenever new versions of this excellent tool are released. Happy sequence manipulation!