>In article <dtyyu.148.0013AA4D at ucla.edu>, dtyyu at ucla.edu (David Tak Yan
>>> Is there a free software to calculate MW of proteins in SDS-PAGE?
>> Best wishes,
>> David yu
>>dtyyu at ucla.edu>>Hi David,
>>If you find one I'd be interested if you don't mind e-mailing me with the
>info, I would really appreciate it!!
>>egreif at ccu.umanitoba.ca>>--
>Hey, hey, hey, hey! It was the DNA.
>Hey, hey, hey, hey! That made me this way.
I believe NIH Image has this capability, but I haven't used it much. There is
a DNA sizer out there in Hypercard format called gelfragsizer. I have used it
to calculate protein weights, as it makes very nice standard curves. I think
I found it on the Indiana Bioserver with ftp.
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