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Sequlator is a free multiple sequence alignment editor with a pairwise alignment function. Sequlator can be used merely as a tool for viewing and manipulating multiple alignments of nucleotide sequences, but the main purpose of Sequlator is to facilitate analysis of sequences produced by sequencing of newly isolated recombinant plasmids or PCR fragments. With Sequlator, the received sequencing reads can be conveniently assembled into an alignment with the expected vector or PCR template sequence, primer sequences, and restriction enzyme recognition sites and inspected for the presence of spontaneous mutations.
Sequlator is a free multiple sequence alignment editor with a pairwise alignment function. Sequlator can be used merely as a tool for viewing and manipulating multiple alignments of nucleotide sequences, but the main purpose of Sequlator is to facilitate analysis of sequences produced by sequencing of newly isolated recombinant plasmids or PCR fragments. With Sequlator, the received sequencing reads can be conveniently assembled into an alignment with the expected vector or PCR template sequence, primer sequences, and restriction enzyme recognition sites and inspected for the presence of spontaneous mutations.
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Latest revision as of 12:15, 10 September 2013

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Description

Sequlator is a free multiple sequence alignment editor with a pairwise alignment function. Sequlator can be used merely as a tool for viewing and manipulating multiple alignments of nucleotide sequences, but the main purpose of Sequlator is to facilitate analysis of sequences produced by sequencing of newly isolated recombinant plasmids or PCR fragments. With Sequlator, the received sequencing reads can be conveniently assembled into an alignment with the expected vector or PCR template sequence, primer sequences, and restriction enzyme recognition sites and inspected for the presence of spontaneous mutations.

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Sequlator is written in Java and should function on all Windows, Mac, Linux computers with installed Java Runtime Environment (If you use the Internet you have it installed).

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