software to generate restrcition fragment graph

nico at lmb1.rug.ac.be nico at lmb1.rug.ac.be
Fri Mar 17 18:08:59 EST 1995


In article <3k2u15$pp2 at cisunix1.dfci.harvard.edu> hyang at jimmy.harvard.edu (Aurel Yang) writes:
>From: hyang at jimmy.harvard.edu (Aurel Yang)
>Subject: software to generate restrcition fragment graph
>Date: 14 Mar 1995 02:11:49 GMT


>Does anyone have the knowing where this kind of software can be found?
>NEB uses it to genrate their graphs in the catalogue.
>EXAMPLE:

>You have lambda DNA, you cout it w/ HindIII, you want to see how the 
>fragment will run at 1% agarose gel. You input all the relevant data to 
>the program and get a graph as it's run in a real gel.


Try Vector NTI from InforMax, distributed by the ATCC




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