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Australian institute selects sequence analysis software

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The Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute, located at Monash University, is using DNAStar Lasergene sequence analysis software.

A spokesperson for the institute said: 'Lasergene software has been around for many years and our scientists are quite familiar with it and comfortable with it for meeting their DNA, RNA and protein sequence analysis needs. It is easy to use, yet powerful, which is just the combination we need for the work we do at our institute.'

Tom Schwei, vice president and general manager of DNAStar, stated: 'We are pleased to have been chosen by the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute to meet their sequence analysis software needs on a long-term basis. We have had a strong presence in Australia for many years, but this is the first of what we hope and expect will be many site license arrangements in Australia for DNAStar and our various software products.'