DNA Sequencing Software Teases Meaning From Genes

As molecular biology becomes increasingly informational, computer software to manipulate and analyze nucleic acid sequences has evolved from a useful tool to an absolute necessity, researchers say. Foster City, Calif. 94404 (800) 345-5ABI Fax: (415) 572-2743 Products: GENESCAN 672 for microsatellite markers on Macintosh: call for price. DNASTAR Inc. 1228 S. Park St. Madison, Wis. 53715 (608) 258-7420 Fax: (608) 258-7439 Products: Lasergene comprehensive package: $3,995; Lasergene options,

Ricki Lewis
May 30, 1993
As molecular biology becomes increasingly informational, computer software to manipulate and analyze nucleic acid sequences has evolved from a useful tool to an absolute necessity, researchers say.

Foster City, Calif. 94404
(800) 345-5ABI
Fax: (415) 572-2743
Products: GENESCAN 672 for microsatellite markers on Macintosh: call for price.

DNASTAR Inc.
1228 S. Park St.
Madison, Wis. 53715
(608) 258-7420
Fax: (608) 258-7439
Products: Lasergene comprehensive package: $3,995; Lasergene options, including BIO-CORE 1, Map-Draw, and GeneFont (basic molecular analysis system) and MegAlign, Protean, GeneMan, or SeqMan: $945.

Genetics Computer Group Inc. (GCG)
University Research Park
575 Science Dr., Suite B
Madison, Wis. 53711
(608) 231-5200
Fax: (608) 231-5202
Product: GCG Sequence Analysis Software Package: $4,000 (nonprofit organizations) or $12,000 (for-profit organizations)

Hitachi Software Engineering America Ltd.
1111 Bayhill Dr., Suite 395
San Bruno, Calif. 94066
(800) 624-6176
Fax: (415) 615-7699
Products: DNASIS 7.0 for PC: $1,700; Hitachi MacDNASIS 2.0 for Macintosh: $1,950...

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