ABI [iso-8859-1] PRISM=AE v1.1b2 3700 [iso-8859-1] POP-5^=D9

George S.Grills grills at aecom.yu.edu
Fri Jun 16 16:33:23 EST 2000


Hi Phillip,

I just tried it.  It is not perfect, but there is a big improvement in the
reads for the first 100 bases!

- George


At 10:44 PM 6/15/00 +0100, Phillip San Miguel wrote:
>    Has anyone tried the POP-5 Beta Basecaller? I see it is available at
>their web site:
>
>http://www.pebio.com/techsupp/swpps/3700sw.html
>
>    Specifically how well do the chromats generated with the modified
>beta mobility file work with phred?     (This Basecaller, etc. is
>supposed to address the POP-5 mobility issues (1st 100 bases). I'm
>trying to decide whether to install it. I probably won't be able to
>resist trying it...)
>
>Phillip San Miguel
>Purdue University Genomics Core Facility
>
>
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>
>
>

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