In <zxmkr08.717690429 at mailserv> I wrote:
/* asking for a sequence gel scanning system */
Some people have mentioned the NCSA GelReader program for
Macs, so I ftp'd it today and we had a look. It seems to
be quite nice, but what we are really dreaming of is a program
which reads your TIFF (or whatever) file, you mark the lanes and
it outputs the sequence.
Is there a program like this (either for Mac or PC)? BTW, I read
in the MacVector manual today about the IBI Gel Reader. Is such
a system considered better than an automagical system as described
Quite confused, Cornelius.
PS: I would still be glad if you'd reply by email to
hashemol at mpib-tuebingen.mpg.dbp.de. My colleague
was quite impressed :-)
>our lab is pondering about buying a scanner to evaluate DNA
>sequence films. Before spending huge amounts of money :-)
>I would be very happy if you would share your experiences
>with some of my colleagues who are very sceptical about
>BioNet. Thus I would be glad if you'd response by
>email (since those colleagues don't have a Usenet access)
>to hashemol at mpib-tuebingen.mpg.dbp.de.
>In particular we would be interested if we should buy
>a specialized system (such as advertised by IntelliGenetics
>in a recent Nature issue) or if things could be worked
>out with a scanner and some additional software.
>Software may be Mac- or PC-based.
>Thanks in advance, Cornelius.
>/* Cornelius Krasel, Department of Physiological Chemistry, U Tuebingen */
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>/* "People are DNA's way of making more DNA." (anonymous) */
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