Public Domain Software for the ABI373

Andrew Dizon adizon at ucsd.edu
Mon Dec 19 19:43:40 EST 1994


Sorry to ask about the possibly already asked but....

I understand that there is software out there somewhere that
essentially does the job that ABI's excessively expensive
SeqEd and now Sequence Navigator does.  This public domain software
gives you the same direct access to the ABI 373A data for further
analyses.  For us, this is mainly alignment and sequence 
comparisons.  

Any pointers to this software would be appreciated. (If it indeed
exists.) We are one of the group users of a 373, but unfortunately
this doesn't give us any access to analysis software short of the
single sequence editor that comes with it.  Sequence Navigator 
costs $4500, and this is the single user price.  We need something
affordable that we can legally clone for the many users of the 
machine.



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