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NIH Research Festival 2017

The MacVector team will be at the NIH Research Festival this coming Thursday and Friday. We enjoy the tent show and look forward to meeting NIH MacVector users both new and old, and anybody who is interested in learning to use the easiest to use sequence analysis application for the Mac. Learn about the new […]

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101 things you (maybe) didn’t know about MacVector: #15 – Getting GenBank/Entrez Sequences Into MacVector

MacVector does have a built-in Entrez browser that lets you search the online Entrez GenBank database using keywords and retrieve matching sequences either To Disk or as sequence windows (To Desktop) without needing to leave MacVector. You can access this via the Database | Internet Entrez Search… menu item. I’m not going to discuss how […]

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MacVector Workshops at the NIH

MacVector, Inc will be giving two training workshops on the NIH Main Campus tomorrow. Tuesday, September 11, 2012. 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Sign up for the workshop (no charge) There is still space available for these two MacVector workshops. It is designed for both novice and advanced users. Our […]

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