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Old 01-26-2016, 06:19 AM   #1
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Default Own a website which hosts plasmids?

There's a free add-on called Plasmid Viewer that can be easily embedded into websites in order to better display sequences and annotations in a colourful circular and sequence views, with an annotation filter, etc (instead of just displaying the whole sequence).

Any website can easily embed it (attached are the embedding instructions).

Here are a few live examples for pET28, pCDNA3.1, etc.
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