Gene Runner for Windows 7/8/8.1

Download Gene Runner for Windows (Beta)

4/17/2014 version

-          Primer Blast web integration

-          InterPro web integration

-          Bug fixes

o   Crash or broken dialog bars when reopening the same file

o   Find show-all now goes to first occurrence

o   Web integration bug fixes for

  Occasional garbage at end of sequence

  Stop codons are removed from submitted protein sequences

  Blast time outs now offer the option for a refresh

4/15/2014 version

-          Bug fixes

o   Motif search causes GR to crash

o   Multiple restriction analyses on the same sequence can cause GR to crash

4/13/2014 version

-          From Within Gene Runner, automated, one keystroke web access, with populated sequences for

o   NCBI Blast blastn, blastp, blastx, tblastn, tblastx

o   Primer3Plus Whitehead institute Primer3 based primer design and analysis

o   EMBL Clustal Omega sequence alignments

o   Right-mouse click to print/preview/navigate from web page view

-          Scroll lock any sequence window so that the view will not scroll as windows and analyses are manipulated

-          Bug fixes

o   Open files view crashes when + is clicked to show sub list

o   View Sequence Annotations and View Sequence Features fixed

o   Double click on a sequence or project file from within windows no longer starts a new GeneRunner if one is already running, sequence/project opens in a new window inside running GeneRunner

-          Speed Improvements

4/9/2014 version

-          Bug fixes

o   Find did not find sequences matching at the end of a linear sequence

o   Dialog bars did not properly change focus when clicked

o   Restriction analysis highlighting is now separated for REbyEnz and REbySite

o   Fix for paste/edits were sometimes allowed on locked sequences.

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Download Gene Runner for Windows 3.1

Original 16 bit version requires Windows 3.1/95/98/XP or

XP mode for Windows 7/8/8.1 l which is only available on Windows Pro or higher


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