Do you have a print-out of your sequence with the position of the primers penciled in?
Are you using Excel to maintain a list of your oligos?
Have you just moved from working on one gene to working on a similar one and wonder which primers you can still use for your PCR?
Do you subclone and rearrange sequences and somewhere along the line lost track on which primer to use where?
Have you started in a new lab, inherited a box of oligos and a folder full of printouts that came with them but no information on what they were ordered for?
Have you ordered and waited for primers because you don't know which of the ones available you can use with your sequence?
If any of these sound familiar then OligoChecker might be for you.
What's new in this version:
- Layout: increased description field so that more text can be displayed
- Layout: moved oligo order info to the right, made it hideable
- Fix: some users experienced redraw artefacts where some controls were improperly drawn on screen in the oligo window
- Fix: application name displays the short form now (it showed the platform it was compiled for)