Generate and Annotate Publication Quality Plasmid Maps Online
FASTA or raw DNA sequence. Non-ACTG inputs will be ignored. Sequence length must be between 21 and 20,000.
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PlasMapper 3.0 is a web server that allows users to generate, edit, annotate and interactively visualize publication quality plasmid maps. Plasmid maps are used ubiquitously in molecular biology and they provide a simple, visual approach to plan, design, share and publish critical information about cloning experiments. PlasMapper 3.0 has provided access to new and extended plasmid databases from which users can pick a wide variety of plasmid. Additionally, it offers an option of automated codon optimization and BLAST sequence alignment. PlasMapper 3.0 supports a variety of input formats including raw sequence, FASTA files and its own PlasMapper JSON format.Please cite:
1. PlasMapper 3.0:
Wishart, D. S., Ren, L., Leong-Sit, J., Saha, S., Grant, J. R., Stothard, P., Singh, U., Kropielnicki, A., Oler, E., Peters, H., Gautam, V. (2023), PlasMapper 3.0 - A Web Server for Generating, Editing, Annotating and Visualizing Publication Quality Plasmid Maps, Nucleic Acids Research, https://doi.org/10.1093/NAR/GKAD276
2. PlasMapper 2.0:
Dong, X., Stothard, P., Forsythe, I. J., & Wishart, D. S. (2004). PlasMapper: a web server for drawing and auto-annotating plasmid maps. Nucleic Acids Research, 32(Web Server Issue), W660. https://doi.org/10.1093/NAR/GKH410