Genecoder molecular biology software is platform independent and only requires JavaTM 1.6 or later.


Whats New

  • Multiple Sequence Alignment
  • Align Sanger Trace Files
  • Command line utilities

Program Features

  • Sequence Database
  • Support for a large array of sequence file formats (default: Genbank)
  • Dynamic Restriction Site Analysis of DNA sequences
  • Editable Restriction Enzyme Library
  • Highlight, select, analyze, and save regions of interest
  • Create Linear and Circular Restriction Maps
  • Pairwise and multiple sequence alignments.
  • Plugin API to extend tools, views, and readable file formats.
  • Comprehensive preferences
  • Remote NCBI BLAST and Entrez Queries and downloads
  • View and analyze DNA sequence trace chromatagrams
  • Search for common sequences from an editable database of sequences
  • Analyze oligonucleotides for PCR and/or siRNA
  • And much more...

GeneCoder 4.0

GeneCoder 4.0 is a major update to GeneCoder 3.0, and is currently being beta testing by a select group of Molecular Biologists. The new version has faster performance, support, and added features. If you care to be a tester or contributor, please contact Greg Cope. GeneCoder 4.0 requires Java Runtime 1.6 or later.


Sequence display and restriction site analysis

GeneCoder 4.0 contains all the features from Genecoder 3.0 Plus:

  • Plugin Capability - with access to the Java API, you can write your own sequence analysis tools, share, and or download tools as they become available.
  • Database file list - all files organizes as you desire, collected into a single repository with an easy access panel.
  • Genbank Default File Format - share files amonst colleagues and programs with this standard sequence file format.
  • View multiple sequences in a tabular format for easy sequence manipulation.
  • Sequence Lists - analyze or manipulate multiple sequences all at one time.
  • One click toolbox - all tools and plugins available in a single panel.
  • Add key/value pair data to Regions
  • And much more...


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