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how can i draw a phylogenic tree (dendrogram)

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hi ....i have a PCR-RFLP picture (agarose picture) for 20 isolates in my study....how can i draw a phylogenic tree (dendrogram) for these isolates........ if there is a free software or manual method. ....please help
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