[Methods-and-reagents] Re: sizing DNA fragments Macintosh

Kevin M Jude kjude at mail2.sas.upenn.edu
Tue Jun 28 20:44:51 EST 2005

It can be done with any plotting software; prepare a standard curve and 
see where your bands fall.  Migration rate increases logarithmically with 
decreasing size.


Thomas Isenbarger (isen at plantpath.wisc.edu) wrote:
: I am looking for some software to size DNA bands on a gel (input 
: standard sizes and migration distances, then input distances of unknowns 
: and return to me the MW of the fragments).

: is there any OS X software out there that does this?

: what about a unix command line tool (to use through terminal)?

: it seems there are quite a few for OS 9, hypercard stacks, some DOS and 
: windows apps, but no up-to-date apps to do this on os x

: thanks,
: tom isenbarger

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