Sequence Analysis Tools for Molecular Biologists
MacVector 17 Released!
MacVector 17 has a huge number of new features including support for macOS Mojave Dark Mode, Gibson/LIC Assembly+Design, a new Restriction Enzyme picker, comprehensive whole genome feature comparison, and a slew of other major enhancements. Read about the new functionality here and determine your eligibility for a free update here. The full installer is available to download on this page.
macOS 10.14 Mojave
MacVector 17 is not only fully supported and compatible with Apple's latest OS release, macOS Mojave, but it also supports the new Mojave Dark Mode. Earlier versions of MacVector can't do this. So why not upgrade?
MacVector 16 Released!
There is a new release of MacVector with enhanced automatic sequence annotation, a simplified combined Feature/Symbol Editor, a new Assembler algorithm (SPAdes) and lots of other improvements. Read about the new functionality here and determine your eligibility for a free update here. The full installer is available to download on this page.
MacVector 15.5.4 Update!
This release adds support for more flexible automatic online updating. This will be a required update in preparation for our forthcoming MacVector 16.0 release. Download the update here.
What Has Changed Since My Version?
Check out this link for a list of the new features introduced in each version going all of the way back to MacVector 10.0.
MacVector Cloning Edition
There is a cost-effective version of MacVector available, targeted at users who want the power of MacVector's graphical annotation, clone construction and primer design tools, but without all of the bells and whistles of the full version. Click here for details of the Cloning Edition. Which edition is right for you? Here's a handy functional comparison chart.
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Check out our Getting Started Guide
There's a useful Getting Started Guide to help new users get going with MacVector.
We have a blog with contributions from a selection of MacVector, Inc staff discussing a variety of subjects from OS X through bioinformatics, to the challenges of running a small multi-national company.