Vector NTI Deluxe 4.0
Vector NTI stores your molecules, oligos and enzymes in a database, and shows them in the special interactive display windows.
These display windows are extremely powerful and convenient graphical tools, allowing you to study molecules stored in the Vector NTI database, edit and analyze them, prepare publication-quality figures, and visually select fragments of molecules for molecule construction and design.
You can simultaneously study a molecule's functional and restriction maps, nucleotide sequence, open-reading frames, results of motif searches, PCR primer analysis and much more.
The display windows also function as intuitive molecule editors, giving you a flexibility and convenience you can't find anywhere.
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