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MacVector For Windows update

It’s been some time since since the last update about MacVector for Windows, although development has certainly not been quiet. Here’s some screenshots. Graphical Map Sequence Editor Automatic Restriction Enzyme and ORF Analysis Primer Design Cloning Clipboard Tweet

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MacVector for Windows: update.

It’s quite a few months since the last update on the development of MacVector for Windows. Work is progressing very well and a lot of the underlying functionality is now finished. The Cloning Clipboard, Restriction Enzyme analysis and QuickTest Primer tools are all done. The release is still some time away, but if you are […]

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MacVector for Windows update

The development for MacVector for Windows progresses. It’s not ready for release yet but it’s definitely the last stage before testing. MacVector for Windows is not a Java version of MacVector. MacVector, the original, is designed for, and fully integrates with, the OS X environment. We know users really appreciate that. If you can use […]

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MacVector for Windows

It’s been one of the most popular customer requests for a long time. It’s not yet ready for release, but MacVector for Windows is very definitely on its way. Spot the difference! MacVector for Windows is not a Java version of MacVector. It is a fully native version of MacVector but on Windows. MacVector is […]

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