Sequencher?

John E. Blume jblume at ix.netcom.com
Tue Jun 30 15:25:11 EST 1998


Dr. Jones:

Sequencher has served my group well for several years. The current version
is fairly robust for assembly on our medium scale projects (10 - 20 kb by
shotgun sequencing), but the lack of any usage of quality calls from
traces (ala phred,phrap,consed) is a disadvantage for higher throughput
usage.

GeneCodes has a demo if you want to give it a test drive.

Regards,

John E. Blume, PhD
Head of Genomics
Metabolex, Inc.


In article <6n8vda$ldj at net.bio.net>, Dr Mick Jones <mjones at rpms.ac.uk> wrote:

> Please could anybody give me some advice on which assembly package to
> purchase. Has anybody tried Sequencher? If so, any views? Are there any
> specific draw backs to it? Is there a better package?
> 
> Thanks
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