CodonCode Aligner - Newer software for sequence alignment and sequence assembly on Windows and Mac OS X. Free trial downloads. Published prices, significantly less expensive than other popular packages. One useful and unique feature is the ability to align assembled contigs with Clustal or MUSCLE to create "contigs of contigs".
If the software you need is not listed above, search the NCBI Web Site database with the name of the software, then click on the desired result to navigate to the home page of the tool where there will be links to download the tool (if available).
BioEdit 22.214.171.124 can be downloaded from our website for free. The most popular versions of the tool are 7.2, 7.1 and 7.0. The program belongs to Education Tools. BioEdit is developed for Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10/11 environment, 32-bit version.
This free software is an intellectual property of Tom Hall. Commonly, this program's installer has the following filenames: BioEdit.exe, Icon25B999AB.exe, Icon68F1BDE1.exe, SSW2A_EC8B194E.exe and VSW20F5_DE9FD693.exe etc. This free PC program works with ".aa", ".gcg" and ".pmd" files. Our antivirus analysis shows that this download is virus free.
Geneious Software BYU users can send a request to the College of Life Sciences Computer Support group and ask that they install Geneious on your computer. This is one option if you are looking for software in which to open the DNA sequencing trace files that you download from our server. There are other software options available (please see below for a link to BioEdit a PC compatible program that is free).
I'm partial to Chromas. it to is a free ware sequence viewer with all the bells and whistles. Can be downloaded from www.technelysium.com.au/chromas.html. Seems to be frequently updated and the full version of the program (ChromasPro) which allows contig assembly, sequence alignments etc. is very cheap and well worth it.Cheers,Scott 2b1af7f3a8