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    Survey: Organizing your sequence data, organization and operations
    Submitted by Natarajan Ganesan; posted on Wednesday, January 31, 2007

    Submitter

    We request your help in completing a small web-based survey (3-5 mins) regarding use of Bioinformatics research tools. The survey is hosted online at: FreeOnlineSurveys.com/rend[...]59016

    The survey intends to understand the benchtop computing needs and performance (sequence data based) from research biochemists, geneticists, molecular biologists AND all biomedical research scientists alike. You may already be using some OR quite a few of them for carrying out different sequence related operations. These may include carrying out simple storing and retrieving sequences from your 'Word' files OR carrying out regular sequence manipulations (like primer design and motif structure for customized antibodies - all before doing the actual experiment), OR you may simply prefer to do them manually. But often you may have felt the need for better research tools/interfaces that remove the burden of those laborious sequence comparisons.

    Your responses will be key to guiding us designing better sequence profiling tools.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION

    Bioinformatics Market Research Group
    McDonough School of Business
    Georgetown University
    Email: georgetown.edu, account ng6

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