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Sequence Scanner

Applied Biosystems Sequence Scanner Software enables you to view, print, export and edit sequence data generated using the Applied Biosystems Genetic Analyzers. This software generates reports that will help userts to highlight the trends in data quality, focus attention in failed samples and produce graphical reports to better compare sets of samples. The main characteristics […]

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ExpressionSuite

ExpressionSuite Software is an easy-to-use tool for data analysis. This intuitive interface will allow the users to calculate and analyze the relative gene expression in a friendly software. This software calculates the comparative Cτ (ΔΔCτ) method, and accurately quantify relative gene expression across a large number of samples and genes. The software has been developed […]

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R statistics

R is a free statistical software, under the terms of the Free Software Foundation’s, developed at Bell Laboratories by John Chambers and colleagues. R provides a wide variety of statistical and graphical techniques: -linear and nonlinear modelling, -classical statistical tests, -time-series analysis, -classification, -clustering… One of main features of R statistics softeare is well-designed publication-quality […]

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QTL

QTL (quantitative trait locus) Qxpak is a versatile mixed model application for genetical genomics and QTL analysis. To download – visit here QTLMap. A software dedicated to the detection of QTL from experimental designs in outbred population. To download -visit here.  

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Pedigree Viewer

Pedigree Viewer is a free tool to draw pedigree diagrams and display a large pedigree data of thousands of animals. To dowload Pedidree Viewer -visit here

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BioEdit sequence alignment editor

BioEdit is an easy-to-use biological sequence alignment editor. This free software is intended to supply a single program that can handle most simple sequence and alignment editing and manipulation functions that researchers are likely to do on a daily basis, as well as a few basic sequences analyses.  With BioEdit you will access to a […]

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BestKeeper

  To determine the stable housekeeping genes in your experiment you can use this excel-based tool using pair-wise correlations. The first step in your qPCR gene expression analysis shoul be the test of your housekeeping (or reference) genes that usually are assumed that present a stable expression among samples, but could be affected by some […]

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MEGA (Evolutionary Genetics Analysis)

MEGA (Molecular Evolutionary Genetics Analysis). MEGA is really useful tool for conducting sequence alignment, testing evolutionary hypotheses, inferring phylogenetic trees, estimating rates of molecular evolution, inferring ancestral sequences and mining web-based databases. In the website, MEGA offers useful tools likean Introductory book containing many examples for use with MEGA, a step-by-step instructions to learn how […]

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Clustal

Clustal 2 presents here two versions: Clustal Omega is the latest version of Clustal. This tools is fast and scalable with the possibility to align hundreds of thousands of sequences in a few hours.  visit here. ClustalW2 is the classical Clustal . ClustalW2 comes in two versions: the command-line version ClustalW and the graphical version ClustalX. […]

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