|Primer Show accepts a DNA sequence along with a set of primer sequences and returns a textual map showing the annealing positions of the primers. The translation of the DNA sequence can be shown in the reading frames you specify. You can also choose the number of bases per line of the map, and whether to show the DNA in its single-stranded or double-stranded form. The primer sequences you enter can contain "wild card" bases, a feature that allows Primer Show to handle degenerate primers. Use this program to produce a useful reference figure, particularly when you have designed a large number of primers for a particular template.