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    Software: Release of PrimerPy 0.97a, a free/open source QPCR primer design program.
    Submitted by Suzhao Li; posted on Tuesday, January 15, 2008 (2 comments)

    We are pleased to announce the availability of PrimerPy version 0.97a. PrimerPy is a free, open source primer design program optimized for Sybr Green QPCR. PrimerPy uses Primer3 as a backend engine. We incorporate our own bench experience into this program. New features include a separate module for checking hairpin, primer-dimer and more furnished result report.

    The Windows installer can be downloaded from:[...]p.exe. A wiki page is at:[...]merPy. NIX and Mac users can find installation methods on project site.

    As a constantly evolving open source project, our release is not intended to be fully baked, bullet-proof software, though it should be stable and usable, and the primer design quality should take on any commercial software. We invite feedback from users. Users are a vital part of open source development, whose reports and suggestions drive the improvement of the software.

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    release of primerpy 0.97
    Submitted by bhagesh kumar; posted on Wednesday, January 16, 2008
    Its not seems the file is help
    Re: release of primerpy 0.97
    Submitted by Suzhao Li; posted on Thursday, January 17, 2008
    Which file did you download, for which operating system? A bit detail will help a lot. Thanks!
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