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*[[Yeastriction]] A web based tool to select targets for CRISPR editing of the genome.
 
*[[Yeastriction]] A web based tool to select targets for CRISPR editing of the genome.
 
*[[Genome Compiler]]  is a free all-in-one software platform for DNA design and visualization, data management, lab collaboration and seamless DNA ordering.
 
*[[Genome Compiler]]  is a free all-in-one software platform for DNA design and visualization, data management, lab collaboration and seamless DNA ordering.
*[[YeaZ]] A convolutional neural network with a training set of yeast images, a graphical user interface and a web application.
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*[[YeaZ]] is a Python-based graphical user interface and web application that applies a convolutional neural network, based on a training set, to aid in the visualization of yeast images by segmentation.

Latest revision as of 11:45, 13 November 2020

  • MochiView Desktop genome browsing and motif analysis software (with easy import of S. cerevisiae genome/genes/motif libraries)
  • EGAN Downstream/pathway/gene set enrichment/visualization tool for exploring results of -omics experiments
  • REVIGO A Web server that summarizes and visualizes long lists of Gene Ontology terms
  • Primers-4-Yeast Design primers for gene targeting of PCR-based transformation cassettes into S. cerevisiae, and for validation of correct insertion.
  • MyLabStocks Manage molecular biology stocks of your lab (primers, strains, plasmids and more...)
  • GRS: Retrieve custom sequences from any annotated genome
  • Yeastriction A web based tool to select targets for CRISPR editing of the genome.
  • Genome Compiler is a free all-in-one software platform for DNA design and visualization, data management, lab collaboration and seamless DNA ordering.
  • YeaZ is a Python-based graphical user interface and web application that applies a convolutional neural network, based on a training set, to aid in the visualization of yeast images by segmentation.