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Version 3.2   details

Version 3.2 focuses on codon usage and reverse translation, and provides new options for importing data into SnapGene.

Reverse Translate Protein to DNA

A protein sequence can be reverse translated using codon choices that are random, or degenerate, or based on frequencies in a codon usage table.

Choose Alternative Codons

With a translated feature, synonymous codons can be chosen manually, or chosen automatically based on a codon usage table.

Access Online Plasmid Collections

Import an annotated plasmid sequence from the Addgene collection or from SnapGene’s online plasmid resource.

Open and Align FASTQ Files and Archives

SnapGene now recognizes FASTQ format. A multi-sequence FASTQ or FASTA archive can be aligned to a reference sequence.

Import Additional File Types

Open files from CLC Bio, import oligos from a Vector NTI® database, or convert a Vector NTI® oligo archive or a Clone Manager primer collection to a text file that can be used by SnapGene.


Version 3.2.1   details

This version fixes various issues.


Version 3.2.2   details

This version fixes an issue on Linux.