Software : Genome Compiler : Genome Compiler

Genome Compiler

Version
(as of 5/29/2015)
0.6
Platforms
LicenseFreeware
CategoryEducational

Software Overview

Main Features

  • Available as an online, enterprise, and desktop program
  • Easy-to-use drag and drop interface
  • Automatic annotation
  • Data management and collaboration
  • Export to GenBank, FASTA, and text formats

Genome Compiler is a genetic design program for Windows and OS X. The software is available as three different versions, online, enterprise, and and desktop. The online and desktop versions are free.

The software enables you to design, build, and test biological components, such as DNA and protein sequences. It provides a variety of advanced design tools such as automatic annotation, a compilation engine, whole genome engineering, combinatorial design, and data management and collaboration. The online version allows you to work on projects stored in its cloud that are accessible from anywhere, as well as collaborate with other users from anywhere.

When working on projects, the software uses the .GCPROJ file extension to store project data. You can also export your project to GenBank, FASTA, and text formats.

Genome Compiler is a versatile program that provides helpful tools and can export to several popular DNA and protein sequence formats, such as GenBank and FASTA. Also, because it is available for free online and as a desktop program, Genome Compiler makes for an affordable choice for designing, building, and testing sequences.

▶ Primary file extension

.GCPROJ – Genome Compiler Project

▶ Other file extensions used by Genome Compiler 0.6

Supported File Types
.AB1DNA Electropherogram File
.CM5Clone Manager File
.DNASnapGene DNA File
.FAFASTA Formatted Sequence File
.FASFASTA Sequence File
.FASTAFASTA Sequence File
.GBKGenBank Data File
.SBDDNASTAR SeqBuilder File
.SCFDNA Sequence Chromatogram File
.SEQDNA Sequence Text File
.XDNADNA Strider Sequence File
Additional Related File Formats
.GBGenBank Data File
.GENBANKGenBank Data File

Updated: May 29, 2015