FTP your ABI sequence file (not the file with .seq !) to the
computer where STADEN is installed. Open STADEN porgram, use the command:
"TED -ABI <seq-file-name>" to look the chematogram and to check
miss-calling base. Then, save your sequence for further processing, for
example, using XDAP/XBAP to assembly contigs.
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On 14 Mar 1995, Ned Lally wrote:
> We have recently purchased and installed the the Staden package. After
> reading the manual several times over, we have a good understanding of the
> components of the program. What we cannot seem to find after reading is
> how to take a single sequence file(s) from an ABI 373 move it into the the
> package and perform a simple manipulation.
>> Can anybody provide us w/ help on this matter?