Gene Construction Kit® 3.0 beta version ready for public testing

Gene Construction Kit® 3.0 beta version ready for public testing
Textco BioSoftware announces public beta testing for the new and enhanced GCK 3.0

West Lebanon, NH 2|19|08
Today, Textco BioSoftware announced the beta release of an enhanced version of their award-winning DNA plasmid mapping software, Gene Construction Kit® (GCK 3.0). It is now available for download from Textco’s web site. The updated version features new modules for PCR Analysis, Automated Shotgun Cloning, and integrated Web Searching for performing biological related searches across multiple internet data repositories (KEGG, EntrezGene, PDB, PFAM, etc.) Compatible with Mac OS 10.2 and higher (including Leopard – 10.5), as well as Windows XP & Windows Vista, the new release integrates numerous enhancements and user-requested feature upgrades into this powerful productivity tool.

To participate in the beta testing of Gene Construction Kit 3.0, researchers are encouraged to fill out the beta test form.

Contact for Sales/Marketing:

Roberta Brucks Gross; 603-643-1471

Brant Hackett; 480-241-2191

About Textco BioSoftware
Textco BioSoftware, Inc. (formerly Textco, Inc.), located in West Lebanon, New Hampshire, has been serving the software needs of molecular biologists for 24 years – since 1984. Textco’s mission is to provide high quality, intuitive software to assist molecular biologists in their research efforts. Textco has provided its solutions to scientists residing in more than 50 countries worldwide, engaged in genetic engineering research, drug development, and biotechnology.

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