kinetics [program for Mac]

Martin Pion mpion at ARTSCI.WUSTL.EDU
Thu Oct 17 10:46:45 EST 1996


Hi All,

I normally refrain from contributing anything remotely commercial on this
newsgroup, because I respect its protocol. However, to respond to a posting
from Dr Achim Recktenwald, who was in turn responding to a question from
Kishimoto Kazuhisa in Japan, and to put the record straight:

1) Biosoft was previously Elsevier-Biosoft, but became an independent
scientific software publishing company 13 years ago;

2) I recommend netters make up their OWN mind about UltraFit version 3 by
either downloading a demo. from Biosoft's Web site at
http://www.biosoft.com/biosoft/ufitdemo.htm [500KB], or contacting me for a
mailed copy.

3)  I welcome hearing from you about this program if you use it or have
tried it.

4) I don't recall what Dr Recktenwald's problems were but I doubt he has
tried the new version 3.0 of UltraFit. I am sorry to hear this "potentially
very powerful program" drove him "crazy," and I certainly hope he gets
better soon. ( }:-)

Sincerely,

Martin Pion,
Senior VP, Biosoft.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>To: bio-soft at net.bio.net
>From: "Achim Recktenwald, PhD" <achim at ibex.ca>
>Subject: Re: kinetics
>Date: Wed, 16 Oct 1996 08:26:51 -0500
>To: Kishimoto Kazuhisa <kissy at PCLSP2.KUICR.KYOTO-U.AC.JP>
>
>Kishimoto Kazuhisa wrote:
>>
>>  I am looking for the software of kinetic program
>> for Mac.  I am trouble in calculating kinetic parameters
>> exactly. [snipped]
>
>There exists a program called 'UltraFit' from Elsevier. It is supposed
>to be the Mac-version of the old program 'Enzfitter'. Potentially a very
>powerful program.
>
>If you have good nerves, try it. It drove me crazy (rather awkward
>handling)  [snipped]






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