l> From: "Loren A. Evey" <lae2 at psu.edu>
l> Newsgroups: bionet.neuroscience
l> Subject: Receptor Binding Analysis
l> A colleague asked me to troubleshoot a software package called LUNDON.
l> This is a user unfriendly and ancient DOS application. Is there an
l> equivalent Windows based application? Thanks - Loren
You could try the GraphPad (c) products: Inplot (DOS) or Prism
(Windows). They are the best programs for kinetic or dose-response curves
in receptor analysis I've seen up to now.
They are simpler and more friendly than other DOS or Windows programs
(including general data-analysis programs like, for instance, Excel or
SigmaPlot). They are even faster and more accurate than older
DOS programs like EBDA or LIGAND.
I use them (specially Prism linked to Excel) for data analysis in my
research with the GABAa receptor.
If you want more info please e-mail me to: viapiano at criba.edu.ar.
Mariano S. Viapiano
Instituto de Biologia Celular y Neurociencias
Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Buenos Aires.
Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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