Free bioinformatics software
The DNA design tool for today’s molecular biologists
The ideal software developed for you to design sequences de novo without being limited by what nature can provide. Gene Designer 2.0 encompasses a complete and visually rich set of tools to bring your creative ideas to completion.
Capture your entire gene design process in one efficient application, using a range of design tools purposely built for the task:
- Intelligent, fast, and easy-to-use algorithms for in silico cloning, codon optimization, back translation and primer design.
- Graphically rich molecular view to display, annotate and edit your constructs.
- Customizable database to quickly store, manage, and track genetic element, genes and constructs.
- Powerful, intuitive drag-and-drop interface for moving sequence elements within or between constructs.
You Dream It. We Deliver It.
Assembling genetic building blocks using Gene Designer 2.0 enables you to design, clone and validate in powerful new ways.
- Codon optimize for recombinant protein expression in any organism using multiple codon-optimization algorithms.
- Remove or add restriction sites or other sequence motifs.
- Recode open reading frames, check translation frames and fusion junctions.
- Instantly design oligonucleotides for sequencing primers with real time melting point calculator.
- Order your newly designed synthetic DNA fragments with Gene Designer files.
The DNA design tool for tomorrow’s scientists
The ideal software developed to design sequences can easily be incorporated into Synthetic Biology, Systems Biology, Bioengineering and BioInformatics curricula. Gene Designer 2.0 encompasses a complete and visually rich set of tools to bring student’s creative ideas to completion.
Students can create and complete projects which capture the entire gene design process in one efficient application, using a range of design tools purposely built for the task:
- Intelligent, fast, and easy-to-use algorithms for in silico cloning, codon optimization, back translation and primer design
- Graphically rich molecular view to display, annotate and edit your constructs
- Remove or add restriction sites, sequence motifs
- Recode open reading frames, check translation frames and fusion junctions
- Powerful, intuitive drag-and-drop interface for moving sequence elements within or between constructs
- Cloning tool assembles an in silico clone that students can drop directly into their projects, ideal for BioBricks and vector assembly
Examples of Gene Designer 2.0 in Curricula and Student Projects:
- Indiana University, South Bend: Multiple Bioinformatics Courses
- Hogeschool Leiden, The Netherlands: Hogeschool_Systems_Biology_Assignment
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I will be attending a new university [UCSC] starting this fall and since I have only 2 years left for my bachelors I need to come up with a game plan. Basically, itâs between getting a degree in computer science with a minor in bioinformatics, OR getting a degree in c.s. and then going straight for master. What do you think is valued more by the employers? If I go for the masters what concentration would be the best? I was thinking either system programming or multimedia. Same thing with a minor, what is in demand right now?
P.S. I know there are a lot of people who believe the computer science field is dead and all jobs are getting shipped off to India; assume that Iâm not changing my major, simply because Iâm a die-hard computer geek.
Thank you in advance.
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