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  From: John Philo <jphilo@EARTHLINK.NET>
  To  : 'Robert Fairman' <>
  Date: Fri, 20 Mar 1998 17:04:14 -0800

RE: se analysis of heteromeric systems

I have software that handles about 15 different binding models for 
heteromeric systems, covering 1:1, 2:1, and 2:2 stoichiometries for A + B 
systems.  This is the KDALTON program that I developed while I was at 
Amgen, and it employs methods similar to those in NONLIN.  However, at 
least for the near future it cannot be released into the public domain.  I 
can, however, collaborate with academic researchers to provide analysis of 
this type of data, and would be happy to do so.

John Philo

On Friday, March 20, 1998 3:44 PM, Robert Fairman 
[] wrote:
> Does anyone have software for general analysis of heteromeric systems?  I
> particularly like the NONLIN program and was also wondering if any plans 
> include heteromeric models are in the works?
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