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Mutation Explorer from SoftGenetics, LLC.

ProductsMutation Explorer from SoftGenetics, LLC.
Company SoftGenetics, LLC.
Item Mutation Explorer
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Description Mutation Explorer processes up to 48 lanes, 24 bi-directional, of patient DNA sequence traces. Data input can be from either slab gel or capillary sequencers, using either terminator or primer chemistries. The detection parameters in Explorer have been sealed to provide analyst to analyst consistency. We have built Explorer for ease of use, and quick learning. Normal operation involves only two steps: data input, (Genbank, references and patient traces) followed by review of the differences of the patient to reference as indicated in the mutation electropherogram. Most analysts have found, after becoming familiar with the programs performance, that peak to peak review of the traces is no longer necessary. The software automatically forms contigs, performs alignments and mutation detection comparing both forward and reverse patient traces to reference or normal traces. Homozygote and Heterozygote mutations are indicated by sharp peaks in our exclusive mutation electropherogram.
Info SoftGenetics, LLC.
Suite 235, 200 Innovation Blvd
State College, PA USA 16803
USA
Customer Service: 814-237-9340 or 888-791-1270
Fax Number: 814-237-9343
Web Site: http://www.softgenetics.com/
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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