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Ok...I am having trouble finding a DNA analysis software out there that can check things like self-complementarity of long stretches of DNA. If anyone knows of a program readily available on the Internet, please let me know. I also already have access to DNASTAR, but I'm not very familiar with it. If anyone knows if DNASTAR can do this, please let me know. Thanks.
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Have you ever used BioEdit? I am not sure if it would detect self-complementarity within a sequence, but it might work. I am not very experienced with it, as has been evidenced. Let me know if it works for you.
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I know a homepage that has alot of that kind of things, similarities between two nucleotide sequences and so on. http://www.expasy.org
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FastPCR is what you want !!!
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