May Newsletter – Tips & Time Savings with GI & GCK

West Lebanon, NH 5|6|2014

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In the May edition of the Textco BioSoftware newsletter, we review using “Analysis Suites” in Gene Inspector® to add consistency and efficiency to your lab. Through the ability to create new Analysis Setup Windows as menu items, you can assemble a set of custom analyses – or Analysis Suites – having all the parameters defined in a way which works best for your purposes. Give the Analysis Suite a name, and the suite can be reused by any member of the lab simply by selecting the item from a menu – no need to remember which analyses you ran last time, and how parameters should be defined in the setup.

You will also find some tips for working with GCK’s redesigned ‘Find Sequence’ engine which can save time and increase accuracy when looking for sequences that might have base variations. We describe how one could search for primers that have synthetic tails that might vary from construct to construct. By using upper case characters to define ‘conserved’ sequence stretches – and lower case characters to represent those DNA bases that might vary from sequence to sequence, the new “Find Sequence” dialog can help you accomplish this unique task.

Special 30th Anniversary Discounts in Effect through May 31 …

In 1984 we began our mission… To develop high quality software productivity tools for the molecular biology research community. In celebration of Textco BioSoftware’s 30th Anniversary, we are offering limited-time ‘Anniversary Specials’ this year for our award-winning products:

Gene Construction Kit® (GCK) for plasmid mapping, and
Gene Inspector® (GI) for DNA and protein sequence analysis.

Through May 31, 2014 – Savings are available to new customers, and to current customers who need a 2nd GCK license now.

If you purchase(d) one Gene Construction Kit® single-computer* software license at the regular price…

SAVE $333 on the purchase of a 2nd GCK license for your lab!


– ADD a Gene Inspector® single-computer, non-expiring software license for just $184 (with new or existing GCK purchase)

* Each single-computer license is supplied with a unique serial number which can be installed on a single-computer in the lab or office (with one additional ‘off-site’ installation, on a home office desktop or laptop allowed).

FREE demo versions for both Gene Construction Kit & Gene Inspector can be downloaded from our website.

Would you like to “save” the files you create during your evaluation? Just email us and ask for an activation code for a complimentary, full-functioning “Trial” version for GCK, GI or both.

Academic, government, and commercial discount pricing is offered – BUT HURRY … these prices are only offered for a limited-time.

Contact us soon to see how these software tools can pay for themselves by saving you both time and money.

Mac & Windows Support
OS 10.6+ (incl. Mavericks)
Win XP, Vista, 7 & 8

Cannot be combined with other discounts or promotions. Excludes prior purchases, annual licenses and network renewals. Offer expires May 31, 2014.

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 30 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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