Genetic Code Widget
Genetic Code Widget
1.2.1

4.7

Genetic Code Widget free download for Mac

Genetic Code Widget

1.2.1
07 November 2005

Displays the standard genetic code.

Overview

The Genetic Code widget

What's new in Genetic Code Widget

After almost four years dedicated to the development of bioinformatics software for Mac OS X, AbOrygen team is sorry to inform you that the company is the subject of an involuntary liquidation.

We did our best to avoid this ending but, as months were passing by, and in spite of very good feedback from its users, sales for our bioinformatics software biOpen were not enough to enable us to maintain the company alive. Thanks to everyone who supported us over those years, and to every people who truly believed that biOpen had something to bring to the Mac bioinformatics users.

Cheers.

Aborygen Team.

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4 Genetic Code Widget Reviews

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Anonymous
08 September 2005

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I've been wanting this for a while, I can never find it when I need it and always wind up digging up a textbook. I wanted to write my own, but I'm better with DNA than computers. It is a bit big, though. And the formatting is not very pretty. It could be made to look a lot better by getting rid of some blank space and cleaning things up -- do we really need both the three letter and single letter amino acid abbreviations?
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Version 1.0
Scrabbler
08 March 2006
I like the idea, but some of the background colors are so dark that the text is difficult to read. Thanks!
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Version 1.2.1
Anonymous
07 November 2005
It's perfect now! Thanks for creating molecular biology widgets, even if I am the only 1 person in 20 million who will use them.
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Version 1.2.1
Anonymous
14 September 2005
Glad to see at least 1 peron in 20 million will actually use this...
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
08 September 2005
I've been wanting this for a while, I can never find it when I need it and always wind up digging up a textbook. I wanted to write my own, but I'm better with DNA than computers. It is a bit big, though. And the formatting is not very pretty. It could be made to look a lot better by getting rid of some blank space and cleaning things up -- do we really need both the three letter and single letter amino acid abbreviations?
Like (1)
Version 1.0