GMFilter 1.0.0 – Improves GeneMapper Analysis by removing bad wells

GMFilter 1.0.0


GMFilter is a Windows program for improving GeneMapper® analysis of 384 well SNPlex™ plates by removing bad wells, i.e. wells having a low signal intensity across all assays. This is done by creating a normal MS-DOS batch file, which deletes .fsa files of wells having a median signal intensity below a specified quality threshold. Afterwards the GeneMapper® analysis can be repeated with a standard analysis method (we recommend “RelaxedRules”, see below).



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  • Windows





Teuber M, Wenz MH, Schreiber S, Franke A (2009).
GMFilter and SXTestPlate: software tools for improving the SNPlex(TM) genotyping system.
BMC Bioinformatics 10(1):81

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