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Bioinformatics Training and Education Program

october, 2020

08oct12:00 pm1:00 pmIntroduction to Sequence Analysis using MacVector


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MacVector is a powerful but easy to use Macintosh application that lets you document, analyze and manipulate DNA and Protein sequences. A simple graphical interface lets you generate beautiful plasmid maps, design primers, assemble ABI and NGS sequences, perform local and internet database searches based on sequence similarity or keyword, align sequences using a wide variety of options, replicate cloning experiments with restriction enzymes, Gateway or Gibson assembly approaches and much, much more. This presentation will introduce new users to the capabilities of MacVector while allowing existing users the opportunity to learn about the new functionality in MacVector 17.5 and our upcoming 18.0 release. In addition, we will walk though a number of common workflows where you are sure to learn a variety of tips and tricks to speed up and simplify working with sequence data.

Presenter: Kevin Kendall Field Application Scientist at MacVector


(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm




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