Re: [Histonet] TMA Software.

From:Helen Fedor
this is our website.
We have our own software, Which was designed and written by our lab.
It is pretty user friendly. The data for the array design is put into
the array builder application. After the slides are stained they can be
scanned with an image analysis system, and the images are then directly
linked to the data from the scan.
you can get to our software from this page.
you can view a demo of the software and also log on as guest to view
Please let me know if you need any further assistance.


Helen L. Fedor B.S.
Johns Hopkins University
Brady Urological Institute
600 N Wolfe St
Marburg Room 406

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>>> LD Ridley  02/02/04 09:25AM >>>
This is just an enquiry to all those out there that construct and
analyse Tissue Microarrays in the lab. We are looking into the various
analysis software packages availible to try and organise our data we are
rapidly generating. I would be really grateful if people could let me
know what they are using, where it can be obtained from including costs
etc and any other opinions you have of it.
Many thanks in advance for your help
Lee Ridley
Research Associate 
Cancer Research UK Institute for Cancer Studies
University of Birmingham
Vincent Drive
B15 2TT

+44 (0)121 414 4472

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