The University of California, Santa Cruz's genome browser group has released a new browser for the white rhinoceros Ceratotherium simum.
Pacific Biosciences said this week that it has updated its single molecule, real-time analysis software.
SMRT Analysis 1.4 includes a new hierarchical de novo genome assembly process that lets researchers assemble entire microbial and fungal genomes using PacBio long reads alone; a new multi-read consensus algorithm called Quiver; support for barcoded sample analysis; and improvements to tools for analyzing and visualizing bacterial methylomes.
Mcule has released 1-Click, a free online molecular docking solution for users looking to determine ligands' binding modes or docking scores.
The University of California, San Francisco, has released Chimera 1.7.
This version of the tool includes faster loading and graphics, improvements in lighting and interactive shadows, an interface to Modeller for building
missing loops, enhanced commands for animation, and other new features.