SCRC

Shared Software

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Software is located on a shared iMac. They are non-floating licenses and no dongle is available to transfer temporary ownership.

Imaris (Single Full)

Imaris - Single Full gives you complete power and flexibility of all Imaris functionalities such as visualization of complex 3/4D microscopy datasets with automated Spots and Surfaces detection and visualization (100s of GBs), smart detection of complex objects, tracing of neurons, blood vessels (no lumen) or other filamentous structures, tracking including cell division detection, batch analysis, and a wide range of customized analysis powered by MatLab or Python.

Snapgene

Snapgene allows you to plan, visualize, simulate, and document your molecular biology procedures.

  • Visualize: see multiple views of, and edit, DNA, chromosome, and protein sequence.
  • Simulate: simulate a variety of common cloning and PCR methods such as to confirm that a restriction site is suitable for cloning, visualize all aspects of the cloning process, simulate a standard PCR, fuse up to 8 fragments by overlap extension PCR, perform site-directed mutagenesis using mutagenic primers, simulate Gateway BP cloning, LR cloning, Gibson Assembly, or In-Fusion Cloning, capture a PCR product by TA or GC cloning, and anneal two oligos to form a double-stranded product.

Ingenuity Pathway Analysis

Ingenuity Pathway Analysis is a functional analysis tool for comprehensive omic data for 1) making sense of your omics data and 2) searching and exploring biological and chemical knowledge. For example, you can:

  • Identify the most relevant signaling and metabolic pathways, molecular networks, and biological functions for list of genes
  • Predict the direction of downstream effects on biological and disease processes
  • Predict the activation and inhibition of upstream transcription factors
  • Compare affected pathways and phenotypes across multiple testing conditions
  • Quickly gain knowledge on genes and chemicals by browsing categorized and curated publications
  • Dynamically build and explore bio-molecule interaction networks supported by literature findings
  • Identify potential biological impacts of custom networks
  • Generate testable hypothesis for your genes of interest

For Training Please Contact:

Allia Fawaz
SCRC Core Microscope Imaging Manager
Gross Hall Building Manager
(949) 824-0430