densitrometical analysis

Peter pxpst2 at unixs.cis.pitt.edu
Wed Sep 30 09:17:34 EST 1998


In article <hanelt.8.00699552 at uni-duesseldorf.de>,
hanelt at uni-duesseldorf.de (sabine Hanelt) wrote:

> Hi netters,
> we are making nothern blots for enzyme activitiy and especially induced
enzyme 
> activity. To analyze the blots we scann them and evaluate them by 
> densitometry. We don't have a program for doing this, so we have to go to 
> other groups to to our analysis.
> Now we are planing to buy a programm for denstometric analysis and my
question 
> now is which program is the best and the less expensive?
> Hope that you can help me.


The cheapest solution is NiH IMAGE.  This program runs on Macs and PCs and
best of all it is free.  It can be obtained from www.nih.gov.  It allows
for the creatio of macros and can analyze a wide variety of images.

Peter

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