Flexible Panel Editor in GeneMarker® Genotyping Software: Rapid, Accurate
Allele Calls from Commercial or Custom Chemistry
The Panel is a file containing all of the loci and alleles that may result from PCR amplification. It is used by GeneMarker software’s pattern recognition algorithm to accurately make allele calls. Panel templates for GeneMarker can be selected from several embedded templates, downloaded and imported from http://www.softgenetics.com/downloads.html (MLPA, MS-MLPA, Aneuploidy or Trisomy, Cystic Fibrosis) or the user can create and save custom panels. Previously saved ABI panels can also be imported from GeneMapper® bin and panel files. Custom panels are easily created in the panel editor; automatically: using signal information from data files or manually: by simply inserting the desired alleles using the mouse. The panel editor also provides a simple method for panel calibration and an auto-adjust function to cope with run-to-run or instrument-to-instrument variation. GeneMarker software easily processes data from ABI®PRISM, Beckman-Coulter®CEQ, MegaBACE® genetic analyzers and chemistries such as Abbott, Aneufast, Devyser, Finnzymes, GenProbe, MRC Holland and others.
Rapidly Create Unique Panels for Analysis of Custom Chemistry
Custom Panels are easily created for applications such as AFLP or microsatellite analysis
Import Pre-Defined Panels from the GeneMarker Directory
Panel Files for many of the major kits are pre-loaded in GeneMarker. Access these files bynselecting Import PreDefined Panels and selecting the needed file(s).
Import Panels from GeneMapper
Automatically build panel files from GeneMapper® panel and bin files by selecting Import ABI Panels from the File drop-down menu.
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MLPA® (Multiplex Ligation‐dependent Probe Amplification)
Macromolecule Analysis Tool
ARMs & Comparative Analysis (Cystic Fibrosis Analysis)
MSI (Microsatellite Instability) Analysis
Kinship Analysis of Wild Populations and data base
Microsatellite (SSR, STR, VNTR)
TILLING® & EcoTilling with slabgel or capillary data
Loss of Heterozygosity Analysis (LOH)