Great software for the Quantification of Western Blots


I have been using FrogDance’s GelEval software for awhile now, and I have to say it is super easy to use and make the quantification of westerns and gels in general very easy.

It is trial software, you get 20 free goes at the program before you have to shell out the very reasonable $35 for it (I’m assuming that it is in $USD, despite it being a uk site)

I would normally give a quick run thru on how to actually use the software at this stage, but it really is quite simple and straight forward that I don’t think its really necessary…. unlike ImageJ which does require quite a lot of work to get its (free) gel quantification working.

I hope some of you find it as useful as I have !

Happy quantifing

Rating: 4.5 outta 5

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About Andrew Burgess

Head of the Cell Division Lab and Manager of the Microscope and Flow Facility at the ANZAC Research Institute.

One response to “Great software for the Quantification of Western Blots”

  1. Sagar says :

    How do you quantify without standards? Which values represent band intensity? What is “bk”?

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