3.2.10 Designer Project
Details about this feature can be found in the main Genome Compiler user guide:
See section 1.15 for Back Translation.
See section 1.16 for Combinatorial Design.
See section 1.26 for editing your feature.
See section 1.5 for standard editing tools.
In Vector NTI you can create new molecules from scratch (raw sequence) by opening the Molecule Editor dialog box from the main menu through choosing “File”-”Create New Sequence”-“Using Sequence Editor (DNA/RNA)” or “Using Sequence Editor (Protein)” (Figure 188.8.131.52). A “New DNA/RNA Molecule”/ “New Protein Molecule” dialog will pop up for creating a new molecule from raw sequence (Figure 184.108.40.206).
In Genome Compiler you may open a new project either from the main tool bar (Figure 220.127.116.11) or from the File menu-New project (Figure 18.104.22.168) or by clicking the “+” sign in the projects view and choosing “New Project” (Figure 22.214.171.124).
- To insert new parts from the “Material” box, just drag and drop them to one of the views (linear/circular/sequence). This can be done in a new project or be added to an existing project. The ”Translation Settings” dialog will pop up whereby you can choose to translate your sequence according to codon usage or to a translation table or to keep the DNA as original (see section 1.15). You can further change the parts location by drag and drop as well as add part alternatives to as many different parts in the project as desired (For further combinatorial design explanation refer to section 1.16). In order to edit your feature following its addition see section 1.26.