MacVector Talk: September 2014: A Day In The Life

MacVector might not save you from pipetter’s thumb, but it will save you time designing primers, looking for restriction sites, subcloning genes and many other routine tasks that the molecular biologist needs to do. Here’s a lighthearted look at a day in the lab and how the wide variety of tools in MacVector will make […]

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MacVector 13.0.6 is out

This is a minor release that contains a few important bug fixes. Get it here now or wait for the sparkle update later today. One of the fixes concerns the classification of short reads versus long reads in de novo assembly with Velvet. Make sure you update now if your work involves that. Tweet

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