Proteomics group chooses Ludesi for 2D Gel Image Analysis

The Department of Pharmacology at Universidade de Santiago de Compostela has chosen Ludesi for its 2D gel image analysis.

Dr Ángel García-Alonso at the Department of Pharmacology at Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, said: 'Personally I am choosing Ludesi Basic for the image analysis of my 2D gels. In combination with the Ludesi REDFIN software, I feel it performs very well and gives me good value for money.'

Ludesi's service enables research institutions and biopharmaceutical companies to order reliable 2D gel image analysis on a per-sample basis over the internet. Its REDFIN Image and Data Management software features an intuitive user interface that allows researchers and scientists to quickly and easily view, analyse, and manage results from the Ludesi 2D gel image analysis. Ludesi has also made its service accessible to a broad range of organisations by offering a flexible, pay-per-sample online payment method via credit card.

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