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Gene Codes Rolls Out New DNA Sequencing Software

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (WWJ) — Ann Arbor-based Gene Codes Corp. announced the availability of version 5.2 of its Sequencher DNA sequencing software at the Association of Biomolecular Research Facilities 2014 Annual Conference last week in Albuquerque, N.M.

This latest release of Sequencher, which has been the leading DNA sequencing software for over 25 years, continues to expand the flexibility of the program for researchers analyzing DNA data.

One of the major additions to Sequencher 5.2 is Sequencher Connections, which is designed to increase the program’s ability to respond to the ever-changing needs of researchers.

“Connections increases the flexibility of analysis by integrating Sequencher with third-party tools,” said Jason Moll, client support specialist at Gene Codes. “The ability to run multiple instances of the same analysis tool in parallel can greatly increase data flow.”

Gene Codes has also expanded the available licensing options for Sequencher 5.2. More at http://www.genecodes.com.

ABRF is a membership association comprised of over 700 scientists working in resource and research biotechnology laboratories. The organization promotes the education and career advancement of scientists through conferences, a quarterly journal, publication of research group studies and conference travel awards. More at http://www.abrf.org.


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