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This page is for users of BioLabDonkey and BioLabCalculators to report bugs or any opinion, wishes about these apps.

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    1. Hi,
      Please, give me more details what you did to get ORFs then I can help you. Maybe you didn’t set up the size of minimal ORF in the corresponding textfield ? Without this value the app cannot search for ORFs. Also, the search will be perform if user selects the region of search in the sequence.
      Best regards

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  1. Hello,

    I am considering to purchase BiolabDonkey. I do a lot of cloning experiments. Can this software be used to perform insilico cloning, restriction digestion, and ligation reactions? Let me know.
    Thank You

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    1. Hello Krishna Kurthkoti,
      In BioLabDonkey you can perform a restriction analysis – find positions of restriction sites (present, not present, number of cuts) in a real DNA sequence. If you mean as insilco cloning a graphical representation of cloning scheme of your insert into a vector like in SnapGene program, BioLabDonkey is not providing such functionality. In BioLabDonkey you should copy/paste your insert sequence into a vector sequence in the corresponding restriction sites. BioLabDonkey provides a virtual DNA gel of digested DNA fragment for the restrictases you selected. In BioLabDonkey you can also calculate amounts of insertion and vector needed for a ligation reaction for different insertion/vector ratios.
      If you have further questions, let me know.
      Best regards,
      Valeriy

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  2. Thanks for the clarification Valeriy. Are you considering adding such functionality in future releases?

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    1. Hi Krishna Kurthkoti,
      Before switching to program developing, I have spent more than 20 year in molecular biology wet lab doing a lot of cloning and, IMO, I see usage of such a graphical cloning not good for the professional education. Dealing with a DNA sequence directly gives you solid skills while a graphical cloning is too superficial. So, the implementation of such a functionality has lowest priority, not for near future.
      Best regards,
      Valeriy

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  3. I just purchased the BioLabDonkey and it crashed instantly when I tried to open a file (.dna file, created by SnapGene). I tried a second file, crashed, tried a third file, crashed again. Every time I sent the crash report to Apple. What is going on? Brand new Macbook pro, OS10.15.6, 16g RAM.

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    1. Hi,
      I don’t have any crash report from Apple! Please, send me to my e-mail box a crash report and a file (if it is possible) you have tried to open, that I can fix the issue as soon as possible!

      When I had made the function to open SnapGene .dna files, I have tested original SnapGene .dna files dowloaded from official SnapGene website – Basic Cloning Vectros – https://www.snapgene.com/resources/plasmid-files/?set=basic_cloning_vectors. I can open all of them without any problem. What kind of SnapGene .dna files you are trying to open ?

      Best regards,
      Valeriy

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      1. Hi Valeriy, I reported that BioLabDonkey crashes every time when I tried to open .dna file. I have sent you an email including the crash report and some .dna files that always lead to crash. Thank you!

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  4. Dear Users, please pay attention if you are trying to open a .dna file from SnapGene. You can have a problem if this file doesn’t have a date of creation in the note section. This issue will be fixed soon in a next update.

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