SnapGene 2.4 is here.
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We're excited to bring you improved display of feature names in maps, more versatile support for blunting sticky ends, enhanced history display, addiitional controls for managing feature and primer lists, and new options for exchanging data with other file formats.
External Feature Names

External Feature Names in Maps

For a feature in the first row of a map, if there is not enough room to show the name next to the feature, the name is now displayed outside the map.
Versatile Blunting

Versatile Blunting of 5’ Overhangs

A 5’ overhang can be blunted by either filling in (e.g., with Klenow) or chewing back (e.g., with mung bean nuclease).


More Information in History View

History view now displays how a sticky end was blunted, and lists the names of primers used during PCR.
Informative Histories
Global Checking and Unchecking

Check/Uncheck All
Features or Primers

When features or primers are viewed in a DNA file or imported from a list, a new menu button allows global checking or unchecking of the listed items.
VNTI Export

Export to Vector NTI® Format

Need to share data with colleagues who are still using Vector NTI®? A DNA sequence can be exported to a GenBank-style file that is optimized for import into Vector NTI®.
Clone Manager Primers

Open Clone Manager Primer Files

Clone Manager individual primer files (.pd4) can now be opened directly, and primer collection files (.px5) can be used for import into SnapGene.


Insect Vectors

We continue to add carefully annotated plasmid files. The latest set consists of 133 baculovirus and insect cell vectors.

What would you like SnapGene to do?

We are constantly working on new features to make your life easier. If you have a suggestion, please respond to this email or contact us.
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