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
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.