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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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MacVector 12: Annotating the sequence in the Editor View.

This is in a series of blog posts on interesting highlights of new features added to MacVector 12 In the last survey a popular request was to be able to change the case, alter the colour, or otherwise being able to annotate sequence directly in the Editor view. You’ve been able to use the Map […]

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MacVector 12: Creating features from results

This is in a series of blog posts on interesting highlights of new features added to MacVector 12 MacVector has always allowed you to generate a large amount of information about your sequence. However, it’s not always been easy to create Genbank compatible annotations back to your sequence. With MacVector 12 we’ve added a feature […]

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Displaying translations alongside your DNA sequence

There’s a few ways to display an amino acid translation in the same window as your DNA or RNA sequence. (1) You can show either three or six frame translations directly in the editor. To do so simply press and hold down the STRANDS toolbar button. You’ll see the following menu and be able to […]

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