MacVector 15.0.2 Update!
This update fixes a couple of bugs in 15.0.1 and adds a number of minor enhancements. This includes the 15.0.1 update that fixes a number of widely differing issues seen by a subset of Mac OS X 10.10 users, fixes a fasta file import issue and even adds a new CRISPR indel detection option to the Align To Reference function. Download the update here.
MacVector 15 Released!
MacVector 15 adds some great new protein tools - you can now scan for functional domains in proteins using the popular InterProScan interface and align DNA sequences based on their translations.You can 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.
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 new 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 new Cloning Edition. Which edition is right for you? Here's a handy functional comparison chart.
MacVector 14 Released!
We are pleased to announce the first fully 64-bit version of MacVector. Along with the performance boost when working with large sequences and alignments, there are significant enhancements to primer handling (including support for primer databases) and NGS data. You can 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 13.5.5 Updater
There is a bug-fix release of MacVector 13.5.x available for download here.
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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.