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OxMol's Sequence Tool For Macintosh Updated


OXFORD, UK--Oxford Molecular Group here released a new version of its MacVector sequence analysis software for the Macintosh operating system last month. Priced at $2,950, MacVector 6.5 contains several enhancements including user-defined testing, expanded protein tools, flexible property profiles and composition analyses, and powerful graphics. Clustal W multiple sequence alignments now include dendrogram output and can be printed in color. MacVector files can be exported in GCG format for use with the Wisconsin Package, or read by Oxford Molecular's Omiga for Windows, facilitating collaboration with colleagues using other computer platforms. Upgrades from earlier versions of MacVector are available for $395 or $795, depending on the version.

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