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The 40th anniversary of the Mac!

So it is forty years since Steve Jobs walked onto the stage and announced the Mac! MacVector did not come about until six years later as MacVector 1.0 was released in March 1990! But we are still proud that MacVector has now been running on the Mac for over thirty years. Especially that MacVector 18.6 […]

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MacVector 18.5 is macOS Ventura ready

It’s that time of year again. Apple have just released macOS Ventura and we are very pleased to announce our current release, MacVector 18.2 has been tested on macOS Ventura and is compatible. Not only that but we have just a few weeks of testing left before our next release. MacVector 18.5 has been developed […]

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MacVector is macOS Ventura ready

It’s that time of year again. Apple have just released macOS Ventura and we are very pleased to announce our current release, MacVector 18.2 is macOS Ventura ready. Not only that but we have just a few weeks of testing left before our next release. MacVector 18.5 has been developed on macOS Ventura since the […]

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Working from home and Roaming Network licenses

The pandemic brought a sudden change to usual working routines and it is probable that home working will remain part of the working week for some time to come. Most scientific research needs physical lab time, but that’s just “pipetting”! The real science also happens when you think.. and that can be done easily at […]

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Working from home with MacVector during the COVID-19 pandemic

A lot of MacVector users are now at home getting used to a new way of working. The MacVector team are distributed throughout the US and Europe and we are used to remote working. However, for those new to working from home, it’s a LOT different to working back in the lab with your colleagues! […]

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Migrating your Vector NTI sequence database to MacVector.

ThermoFisher (owners of Invitrogen) have announced that Vector NTI Express is nearing the end of its life and Vector NTI Advanced was terminated quite some time ago. If you are looking for an easy to use sequence analysis application, then look for a reliable and trusted application. MacVector is easy to use, has a comprehensive […]

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The MacVector Team will be at ASM Microbe 2019 in San Francisco.

We’re at ASM Microbe 2019 in San Francisco from Friday 21st June until Sunday 23rd. The show is finally back on the West Coast at the Moscone Convention Center after 6 years on the East Coast and New Orleans. This year the exhibit hall hours are unchanged from last year’s show: Friday, June 21st – […]

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Seasons Greetings from the MacVector Team

Have a great Christmas and here’s to an awesome 2019..

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Free MacVector Teaching licenses

Did you know that MacVector, Inc. offers FREE licenses for teaching purposes? If you are in the process of either preparing your lab for the upcoming year, or preparing for the courses you need to teach then don’t forgot that MacVector makes a great teaching tool. We offer free teaching licenses for anyone with an […]

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What can MacVector do for me?

Here’s what MacVector can do for your lab. Comparing sequences Whatever type of alignment your sequence needs, there’s a tool in MacVector. CRISPR Indel Analysis: Identify insertions and deletions following CRISPR editing of a target. Sequence assembly of NGS data against a reference genome or compare your sequencing against your new construct. Translated Multiple Sequence […]

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