Public Domain Software for the ABI373
Peter J. Neame
pneame at com1.med.usf.edu
Tue Dec 27 18:41:41 EST 1994
Andrew Dizon (adizon at ucsd.edu) wrote:
: 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
I don't know about public domain, but Gene Codes Corp has Sequencher for
about $1400 academic.
They are at GeneCodes at aol.com, PO Box 3369, Ann Arbor, MI 3369.
It's possible that one or two of the genome labs have produced something:
I know that they have work-arounds for dealing with the 373 output in the
way that they want it!
They will send you a demo disk if you ask.
Dept Biochem. and Mol. Biol., USF, Tampa,
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