Lasergene 13 significantly advances scientists’ ability to perform RNA research on model and non-model organisms on standard desktop computers. Significant software enhancements include the ability to perform de novo transcriptome assembly of RNA data for any size project on a desktop computer, automatic mRNA annotation from one or more RefSeq databases selected by the researcher, creation of one or more transcript templates for gene expression analyses, and a complete RNA-Seq gene expression workflow, including strong visualization and analysis capability.
In addition, Lasergene 13 offers improved capabilities for scientists using other types of data, including access to a human Variant Annotation Database to support functional analysis of mutations, automated annotation mapping between microbial genomes, and enhanced template searching capabilities in support of NovaFold, the company’s protein structure prediction application. Lasergene 13 is available from Emory Software Express using your Emory NetID and password : software.emory.edu/express.
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