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CHORI-321:Drosophila melanogaster
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Filter Analyzer Application (08/31/2007)

BACPAC Resources is proud to announce the release of the Filter Analyzer Application. This application developped in house permits the high throughput decipherment of High Density Hybridization Filters currently in distribution through BACPAC Resources, and provides reductions of up to a hundred fold in labor costs associated with this type of analysis.

To find out more check our Filter Analyzer Application product page.


Filter Interpreter Application

Thanks to a collaboration between the McGill University and Genome Quebec Innovation Centre and BACPAC Resources, we are pleased to announce the release of a Filter Interpreter Application.

This JAVA based application allows for easy analysis of hybridization results on our high density filters.

For further information on the filter interpreter, please go to the filter interpreter web page.


New Online Ordering Web Interface (expected release date: Wednesday May 19th 2004).

BACPAC Resources will be releasing a new online ordering system that will allow users to submit orders online. The web interface will enable users to easily track orders, and manage their accounts with BACPAC. For more information please view the ordering and pricing policy webpage.

Starting from Wednesday May 19th 2004, users with internet access are encouraged to submit orders online. During a transition period of 6 weeks (ending July 1st), orders placed through email will still be accepted; however, those orders will be delayed.

Beginning July 7th 2004, BACPAC Resources will no longer accept orders placed by email. Email communications will be kept strictly for troubleshooting and special requests. Please check back our site regularly in the coming weeks for updates on our website migration process.


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