How to call heterozygotes in trace files or Assembly Projects

In our latest release, MacVector 18.5, we added a new tool to call heterozygotes in sequencing reads. The heterozygote analysis tool allows you to either view heterozygotes in Sanger trace files or to permanently change the basecalled sequence with an ambiguity representing the called heterozygote. The tool works on multiple trace files in the Assembly […]

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MacVector 18.5.1

We’ve just released a minor update, MacVector 18.5.1. Changes include: Further enhancements for importing Sequencher projects (.spf) including heavily edited assemblies. A new setting for always opening MacVector in “light” mode even when macOS switches to “dark” mode. Easier remote activation of standard licenses for larger sites. increased number of seats for serverless network licenses. […]

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MacVector 18.5 has just been released and is macOS Ventura ready!

It’s that time of year again. Apple have released macOS Ventura and we are very pleased to announce MacVector 18.5 is out. MacVector 18.5 is fully macOS Ventura ready! macOS Ventura ready MacVector 18.5 was developed and tested on macOS Ventura. It is supported on macOS High Sierra to macOS Ventura. MacVector 18.5 is a […]

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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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MacVector 18.2 is out! …and ready for macOS Monterey

MacVector 18.2 Overview We are very pleased to announce that MacVector 18.2 is available to download. MacVector 18.2 is a Universal Binary that runs natively on both Apple Silicon and Intel Macs. It is fully supported on macOS Sierra (10.12) to macOS Monterey (12). New features: Align to Reference Enhancements The Align to Reference alignment algorithm […]

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MacVector, Apple Silicon and macOS Big Sur compatibility

UPDATE – March 8, 2021 – MacVector 18.1 is now released and can be downloaded. Over twenty years ago Apple called an end to the Classic Mac with the release of OS X, followed five years later by the transition from PowerPC to Intel. A major step forward in the Macintosh world. Earlier this year […]

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MacVector Training workshop at The Crick: Tuesday 17th March 2020

Unfortunately due to the Covid19 outbreak this workshop is now cancelled. Keep safe and healthy everybody. The workshop, previously cancelled last year, is now rescheduled: Room: HR Training Room 01.2162. Floor: 1  Date: 17th March 2020 – from 9:30 – 11:30 Chris Lindley of MacVector, Inc. will be giving a training workshop for both novice […]

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Make more of your alignments with MacVector 17.5

Our latest release MacVector 17.5 gives you new tools to make the most of your alignments. It displays shared domains in protein alignments to visualize the relationships between aligned proteins. It introduces Flye for de novo assembly of PacBio and Oxford Nanopore long reads and a slew of enhancements to the Contig and Align to […]

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MacVector 17 Workshop at The Crick

Room: HR Training Room 01–2162. Floor: 1  Date: 15 October 2019  From: 9:30 to 11:30 Now rescheduled – Date to be advised Chris Lindley of MacVector, Inc. will be giving a training workshop for both novice and advanced users of MacVector at The Crick, reviewing both basic and advanced functions. In particular new tools introduced over the […]

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