Applied Biosystems™

Variant Reporter™ Software v1.1, 30 Day Demo

Catalog number: 4385270
Applied Biosystems™

Variant Reporter™ Software v1.1, 30 Day Demo

Catalog number: 4385270
Catalog Number
4385270
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1 CD
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The Variant Reporter® Software performs comparative sequencing, also known as direct sequencing, medical sequencing, PCR sequencing and resequencing with DNA sequencing files. The software is designed for reference based and non-reference based analysis such as mutation detection and analysis, SNP discovery and validation and sequence confirmation. The robust algorithms will call SNPs, mutations, insertions, deletion and heterozygous insertions⁄deletions for data generated using the Applied Biosystems® Genetic Analyzers.

There are two ways to obtain the 30-day demo software
1. Register and download the free demo Variant Reporter® Software:
http:⁄⁄marketing.appliedbiosystems.com⁄mk⁄get⁄VARIANT_REPORTER0507_LOGIN?isource=fr_E_AB_Product_Page

2. Add the 30-day demo CD (part number 4385270) to your shopping basket and it will be shipped to you for free.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

License
Demo
Product Line
Variant Reporter™
Data Entry
Sequencing traces
Data Outputs
Variant Reports with sequence comparison metrics
Operating System
Windows Vista Business, Windows XP Pro
Software Category
Software
System Requirements
Computer: Core 2 Duo E8400/3 GHz; 2 GB RAM
For Use With (Equipment)
310 Genetic Analyzer, 3100 Genetic Analyzer, 3100-Avant Genetic Analyzer, 3130xl Genetic Analyzer, 3730xl DNA Analyzer, 3500 Genetic Analyzer, 3730 DNA Analyzer
Software Type
Comparative Sequencing
Type
Variant Reporter Software V1.1

Contents & Storage

Contains one software CD.

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