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DNA2.0 Introduces Powerful, Free Gene Design Software

igner 2.0 is fundamentally different from all other sequence manipulation tools and was created to enable scientists to design sequences de novo without being limited by what nature can provide.

“Gene Designer 2.0 puts the future of synthetic biology into your hands today,” said Jean Peccoud, Ph.D., Principal Investigator of the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute at Virginia Tech, the group responsible for the development of GenoCAD. “As biology evolves to an engineering discipline, it is essential that we have effective design tools that allow scientists to advance biology through the power of computing. Gene Designer 2.0 is the most dynamic, graphically-rich and user-friendly of a new class of tools for gene design de novo.”

Features & Improvements for v2.0

Gene Designer 2.0 comes loaded with new features, including a simplified user experience and a powerful, intuitive drag-and-drop interface for moving sequence elements within or between constructs. Gene Designer enables you to capture you entire gene design process in one efficient application, using a range of design tools purposely built for the task, including:

*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 construct
*Customizable database to quickly store, manage and track genetic elements, genes and constructs   
*Cloning Tool which can cut, combine and clone any vector and insert with drag-and-drop convenience

Gene Designer 2.0 also allows you to effortlessly remove or add restriction sites or other sequence motifs, recode open-read

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