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    Software: UGENE v1.9 released
    Submitted by Mike Fursov; posted on Wednesday, December 15, 2010

    UGENE is free, open-source bioinformatics software. It has a friendly user interface, runs on Linux, Windows, MacOS and Solaris, contains a library of highly optimized algorithms, and has very moderate hardware requirements to run.

    This release includes:

    Support for "cloning in silico". From now on, it is possible to automatically digest sequences into fragments and construct new molecules from defined fragments. This functionality is the first step to fully support the cloning feature, which is one of the top requests from UGENE users.

    Brand new feature: Query Designer. This tool lets you analyze complex signals in the DNA sequence using simple rules to set constraints for algorithms. Check for more details in the corresponding documentation section.

    HPC and GPGPU support: The Smith-Waterman algorithm now works using OpenCL on both AMD and NVIDIA cards.

    And much more...


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