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Buy our Genomics or Lasergene Suite and we’ll give you an iPad mini too.
This is a great device for accessing our software on the Cloud through Amazon WorkSpaces — ask us how you can access us from anywhere!

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"I've been using Lasergene for many years now and I love the simplicity of the program. It is easy to use and easy to teach students to use."
Sang-Jin Suh, Auburn University

"DNASTAR’s technical support is beyond anything I’ve ever seen in a software company. "
Tom Parchman, University of Wyoming

"Lasergene is a fantastic software. It facilitates our researchers from the organization and analysis of samples, until the consolidation of results."
William Ferreira, Alfredo da Matta's Foundation

"DNASTAR's technical support is excellent!"
Jeeba A Kuriakose, University of Texas-Medical Branch

"I particularly like about QSeq the fact that we can import both HTS and prior array data on the same samples to compare differences between the two technologies."
Jay Kolls, LSU Health Sciences Center

"SeqMan Pro is a great application for identifying gene mutations/ polymorphisms. It is very reliable and easy to use."
Sevasti Koukouritaki, Medical College of Wisconsin

"The technical service and support we have received have been outstanding."
Dr. Michael Carleton, Targeted Growth, Inc.

"I have used the Lasergene package for years, and it is by far the best in the field. I love using SeqBuilder to make my plasmids organized and to plan my new cloning."
Mei Wu, University of Washington