Downloads and Upgrades: Velvet Optimiser 2.2.4; MacVector 12.6; Ensembl 68; and more | GenomeWeb

Researchers from the Victorian Bioinformatics Consortium have released version 2.2.4 of the Velvet Optimiser, which includes a several bug fixes.


MacVector has released version 12.6 of its software, which provides tools for sequence editing, primer design, internet database searching, protein analysis, sequence confirmation, multiple sequence alignment, phylogenetic reconstruction, coding region analysis, and other functions.

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