Scan software for MS windows

payvarf at wpogate.slu.edu payvarf at wpogate.slu.edu
Sat Nov 19 13:13:34 EST 1994

In article <3al2p0$og4 at acme.freenet.columbus.oh.us>, 
<bcarroll at freenet.columbus.oh.us> writes:
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> From: bcarroll at freenet.columbus.oh.us (Blake Carroll)
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> Subject: Re: Scan software for MS windows
> Date: 19 Nov 1994 09:40:32 -0500
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> payvarf at wpogate.slu.edu wrote:
> : (commercial or otherwise) for quantitation of scanned 
autorad images. We are 
> If you mean AutoCAD, I might know someone <who works at 
Kodak> who can help
> you.
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Thanks very much for your response Carroll. I don't know 
what AutoCAD is!  What we are doing is to use an HP 
scanner, connected to our PC, to scan autoradiograms into 
word processing and presentation applications. Since the 
pixel information is all on our hard disk, it would be 
expedient to also be able to quantitate the band 
intensities for each acrylamide gel lane and cross compare 
various lanes. Is AutoCAD the application that will deal 
with this?  Will appreciate your response. Thanks.

Farhang Payvar
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
St. Louis University Health Sciences Center
1402 South Grand Blvd.
St. Louis MO 63104
Tel: 314-577-8143
Fax: 314-772-1307 or 314-577-8156

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