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  • Obtaining and Running Newbler 2.6

    Hi All,

    I am looking for where to obtain Newbler 2.6. I obtained v.2.5p1 a while back from a Roche contact who emailed the executables to me but I have had no reply from the same contact when I requested v.2.6. I am particularly interested in the -scaffolds option which I understand will insert copies of consensus repeat sequences which previously would break contigs.

    Best,
    Kyle

  • #2
    Try filling in the form here:
    http://my454.com/products/analysis-software/index.asp

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    • #3
      Hi!
      I'm from Chile and i don't have acces to fill the form, I mean, I filled the form already, but, then appears an Error message... do you know another way to obtain the executables?
      MCAE_2012

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      • #4
        Originally posted by nickloman View Post
        FTP site: https://Valicertext.roche.com
        User: 454marketing_gen3
        Password: [email protected]
        Homepage: Dan Bolser
        MetaBase the database of biological databases.

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