In article <2kmaj6$g4f at ysics.physics.sunysb.edu> mhollowa at epo.som.sunysb.edu writes:
> ... However, they do have a
>386 sitting around somewhere that is presently being used primarily to
>play games, and they can afford a nice little $100 Windows program that
>can help them put together a sequencing project. ...
Could you describe this program in a little more detail? Is this
a program to read gels? Try to describe the program without
regard to what you think the limitations of the computer might be.
Bradley K. Sherman P.O. Box 245
Computer Scientist Berkeley, CA, 94701
Dendrome Project 510-559-6437 FAX: 510-559-6440
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