Within the DNA module, DNA sequences can be viewed, edited and annotated. It is the central module of GENtle. Two major components of the DNA module are the DNA map and the Sequence map; see there for details.
Open and display DNAEdit
A DNA sequence can be opened in one of the following ways:
Several functions and display options can be invoked in the tool bar:
The detail tree, left of the DNA map, shows all parts of the current sequence, including features and restriction enzymes, in a structured fashion. Features and restriction enzymes can be toggled in visibility by a double click, or further manipulated through the context menu.
|View/Show 3'->5'||Show the complementary DNA strand in the sequence map|
|Edit/Edit ORFs||Change the settings for open reading frame display|
|Edit/Show possible sequencing primers||Opens the Sequencing Primers dialog, which can add possible sequencing primers as features|
|Edit/Remove sequencing primers||Removes all sequencing primers generated by the above function from the sequence|
|Edit/Auto-annotate sequence||Finds features from common vectors and other databases in the current sequence|
|File/Print map||Prints the DNA map|
|File/Print sequence||Prints the Sequence map|
|File/Print report||Prints a brief overview. See Printing|