University of Nebraska Taps DNAStar's Lasergene Software for Sequence Data Analysis | GenomeWeb

DNAStar said this week that that the University of Nebraska Medical Center has purchased a site license for its Lasergene software for sequence data assembly and analysis.

Under the terms of the license, all faculty, staff, and students at UNMC's Eppley Institute for Research in Cancer and Allied Diseases will have access to the software on an "unlimited basis," according to Adam Karpf, an associate professor at the Eppley Institute. He said that many researchers there have used Lasergene for years and "been extremely satisfied with it."

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