January Newsletter – GCK 4.0 Tips & Tricks

West Lebanon, NH 01|16|2013

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In the January 2013 newsletter, Textco BioSoftware featured tips for how users can use the new “AutoFeature” file to store commonly used sequences (primers, promoters, enhancers, etc.), along with preferred graphic formatting for quick identification in new GCK constructs.

We also introduced users to the new ‘Copy & Paste Style’ option in GCK 4.0 –  which can save a ton of time in creating beautiful graphic maps of your DNA plasmids and sequence listings.

The complete list of changes and enhancements included in GCK version 4.0 can be reviewed by visiting the ‘Revision History‘ page.

All current GCK 2.5, 3.0 & 3.5 license holders are encouraged to upgrade to this latest release to take advantage of the new time savings, improved performance, and latest operating system support (Mac 10.6 -10.8 & Windows 8, 7, XP & Vista).

Please contact us today to learn more about special upgrade pricing.

If you have any suggestions for topics you would like to see covered in a future Newsletter, please email us with your thoughts!

Contact for Sales/Marketing:

Brant Hackett; 480-241-9121

Roberta Brucks Gross; 603-643-1471

About Textco BioSoftware

Textco BioSoftware (formerly Textco, Inc.), has been developing high quality productivity tools for molecular biologists for over 25 years. Our unwavering commitment to customer service, and our focus on quality has generated a loyal customer following. Since 1984, we have provided solutions to scientists who are breaking new ground in genetic engineering, basic biology research, drug development, and biotechnology – at academic, government, and corporate institutions in more than 50 countries worldwide.

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