Getting started with Lasergene
If you recently downloaded a free trial of Lasergene or are a new DNASTAR customer, you might know that Lasergene consists of ten main applications grouped into three areas: molecular biology, genomics and protein research. But what do each of these applications actually do? And which ones pertain to your specific research area?
To find out, don’t miss our webinar, “Getting started with Lasergene,” on Wednesday, November 17th at 11:00 CST. This free 1-hour webinar will be presented live by DNASTAR’s Protein Product Specialist and overall Lasergene expert, Thomas Leary,
The webinar is designed to help new users understand the available functionality in Lasergene and how to get started with the work they want to do. If you’re an experienced Lasergene user, but only use one or two applications, this webinar is a great way for you to learn how to benefit from the other applications in your Lasergene package.
In the webinar, Thomas will show you each application in each of the three Lasergene packages and answer questions like:
- Which application do I use to align sequences? Are alignment and assembly the same thing?
- Analyze clone fragments.
- Which applications can be used for data editing? Which ones allow me to view/create/edit sequences annotations?
- Where can I view and learn more about variants in an assembly?
- Which applications work together to let me analyze data in different ways?
Thomas will also be taking your live questions throughout the webinar.
P.S. If you can’t attend the live webinar, please register anyway. That way, we can automatically send you a link to the recorded webinar when it’s available.