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Surface Plasmon Resonance Analysis Integration - Summary

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OSPRAI is the Open-source SPR Analysis and Integration software. This project develops interactive command-line tools for accessing, viewing, analyzing, and saving sensorgram from various surface plasmon resonance instruments including microarray imagers

License: GNU General Public License

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Osprai web page created
Submitted by Christopher Lausted; posted on Friday, February 11, 2011
I've uploaded the first Osprai project web page to <[link]. This is a snapshot of the software documentation generated using Sphinx and it contains an introduction, a tutorial, and a partial API reference section.

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