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===Availability=== | ===Availability=== | ||

CircDesigNA is available for use at [http://cssb.utexas.edu/circdesigna its website]. | CircDesigNA is available for use at [http://cssb.utexas.edu/circdesigna its website]. | ||

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===What it does=== | ===What it does=== | ||

CircDesigNA employs a genetic algorithm to optimize an objective function which scores a sequence assignment on specificity of interactions. This objective function is described as follows: | CircDesigNA employs a genetic algorithm to optimize an objective function which scores a sequence assignment on specificity of interactions. This objective function is described as follows: | ||

[[Image:CircDesignaFunction.png|540px|CircDesigNA Score Function]] | [[Image:CircDesignaFunction.png|540px|CircDesigNA Score Function]] |

## Revision as of 20:45, 26 May 2011

This article discusses the nucleic acid sequence design program created to build DNA circuits, CircDesigNA.

### Availability

CircDesigNA is available for use at its website.

Tutorials are available at Biomod/2011/UTAustin/Hook'em Hybridizers/CircDesigNA/Help

### What it does

CircDesigNA employs a genetic algorithm to optimize an objective function which scores a sequence assignment on specificity of interactions. This objective function is described as follows: