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DNAStar, Invitrogen, NCBI

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DNAStar has launched SeqMan Genome Assembler, “the first commercially available software tool that permits the assembly of fragment data sequenced using 454, Illumina, and traditional Sanger technologies,” the company said. SeqMan Genome Assembler integrates with DNAStar’s existing Lasergene suite of sequence analysis software, allowing users to perform assemblies and analyses on Windows and Macintosh desktop computers.
 

 

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