Introduction:
Welcome to GelScape.  GelScape offers a freely available, platform-independent approach to analyzing standard 1D and 2D protein gels.  GelScape uses advanced concepts in "network computing" enabling one to upload, download, save, print, view, annotate, edit, label, compare and spot mark just about any gel image.  GelScape also allows one to calculate spot intensity, prepare HTML image maps and archive annotated gels to a public database (GelBank) - all using an easy-to-use, intuitive browser interface.  GelScape handles grey-scale jpg and gif images up to 1 Megabyte in size.  For a complete tutorial on how to use GelScape, please click here. To install a copy of GelScape server on your local machine, please click here.  
 
Please Cite: Young N, Chang Z, Wishart DS. GelScape: a web-based server for interactively annotating, manipulating, comparing and archiving 1D and 2D gel images. Bioinformatics. 2004 Apr 12;20(6):976-8.  
 
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Javascript, cookies and Java MUST be enabled in order to use GelScape. If your web browser does not have a native Java Virtual Machine (JVM) to support Java applets, please install the appropriate Java plug-in for your platform. Click here to download Sun's Java plug-in.  
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Last updated: July 28, 2003
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