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SnapGene Viewer 5.3.0

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A user-friendly software solution that can come in handy for previewing your created DNA maps

SnapGene Viewer is an excellent tool for viewing DNA maps with ease. It works very well in conjunction with Snapgene, a software that lets you create and edit DNA sequences and maps. The viewer allows anyone to see created DNA maps and works with big files, with a limit of 1Gb per file.

An excellent feature of SnapGene Viewer is the ability to export a DNA sequence from the given map and save it as a GenBank format for further use and analysis. While the application itself has just a couple of features compared to its main SnapGene application, it's useful however for collaboration purposes or just to view different sequences quickly and with ease.

Overall, SnapGene Viewer just as SnapGene, it's aimed more towards academic research and while the tools come with complex terminology and features, the viewer is a bit more accessible for viewing different DNA maps or sequences.

SnapGene Viewer Download Information

  • License:
    Freeware ($295)
  • Platform:
    Windows
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  • File size:
    36.10 Mb
  • Updated:
    May 14, 2021
  • User Rating:
    0 / 5 (0 votes)
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    Not yet reviewed
  • Downloads:
    2,102
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