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DNA2.0 Introduces Powerful, Free Gene Design Software
Date:6/17/2010

Gene Designer 2.0 Brings Creative Ideas to Life With Stunning Graphics and a Complete Set of Intuitive Gene-Building Tools

(PRWEB) June 17, 2010 -- DNA2.0, the leading gene synthesis and protein engineering company, today announced the availability of an innovative software tool for designing DNA sequences: Gene Designer 2.0. Building on the success of the original Gene Designer, version 2.0 delivers a sophisticated graphic interface and drag-and-drop functionality for creating genes, whether making alterations to naturally occurring sequences or designing novel ones. Gene Designer 2.0 is completely free: DNA2.0 has devoted significant expertise to this one-of-a-kind software tool so that a wide range of biologists can experience the flexibility of designing and producing genes through DNA synthesis.

“Gene Designer 2.0 enables you to put your imagination to work and guides you through every step, from inspiration to synthesized gene,” said Claes Gustafsson, Ph.D., Co-Founder and Vice President at DNA2.0. “With version 2.0 we’ve provided a more dynamic interface and powerful new tools to make bringing your creative ideas to life easier than ever before.”

Gene Designer 2.0 is built to design novel sequences—rather than analyze existing sequences—making it an ideal software tool for synthetic biology. Without a comprehensive design tool, molecular biologists can be hampered by unanticipated permutations of their design or by the sheer volume of data involved in even the simplest genes. Furthermore, imagining a novel sequence requires the ability to try out different combinations and make adjustments with ease. Gene Des
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