Gel doc image using macro and averaging

The article on building a cheap gel-doc has been updated with links to the relevant macros and I added some tips and slight improvements we have made in-use.

Below is an example image captured from a real gel - the first PCR in the Huett Lab! No contrast enhancement or cropping obviously, but it looks pretty good to me! 

SYBRSafe stained 1kb marker and PCR products

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14, 12, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAziz Aboobaker
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