Kyotetsu Kanaya

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Recently, a method called RLGS (Restriction Landmark Genomic Scanning) has been developed in order to detect and analyze the genetic alterations by observing the entire genomic DNA after separating DNA fragments in a single two-dimensional slab gel [1]. To analyze gel images obtained by the RLGS method, a lot of tasks must be done: thousands of spots must(More)
We have been developing a web-based software tool named DDGEL [3] for analysis of two-dimensional (2-D) gel electrophoresis image data obtained by the RLGS (Restriction Landmark Genomic Scanning) method. The RLGS method has been developed in order to detect and analyze the genetic alterations by observing the entire genomic DNA after separating DNA(More)
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