DNAStar has released Lasergene 10, the latest version of its sequence analysis and assembly software.

The release includes SeqNinja, which lets uses manipulate and modify genomic datasets as well as edit sequence data and annotations. It also provides support for assembling and analyzing data from Ion Torrent and Pacific Biosciences data; tools to incorporate data from dbSNP, Cosmic, and GERP databases into sequence assembly and analysis projects; the ability to create custom SNP tables; and tools to detect splice site sequence variations.

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