Downloads and Upgrades: OpenEye Toolkits, Enlis Genome Research, and more | GenomeWeb

OpenEye Scientific Software has released OpenEye Toolkits v2014.Jun.

Features in this release include support for new platforms, numerous stability enhancements, and additional language support.


Enlis Genomics has released a new version of Enlis Genome Research, its sequence analysis software.

Version 1.7 includes new clinical variant and citation annotations, a new homozygous region detector tool, faster file and data import, and several bug fixes among other updates.

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