In this installment of DNASTAR LabViews, we talk with Blaire Bacher of Orion Genomics about her work sequencing the palm genome and developing various clinical tests. Hear more about this exciting work and how DNASTAR software is helping advance this research in our interview below, then check out our full collection of customer interviews here!
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We are excited to announce our newest video series, DNASTAR LabViews, a collection of short interviews with DNASTAR users. Our first interview is with Dr. Xiao-Ning Zhang at St. Bonaventure University. Watch the video below to learn about Dr. Zhang’s RNA splicing research, and hear how her lab uses DNASTAR Lasergene for genomics, transcriptomics, and […]
With Lasergene 13, de novo genome assembly is now easier than ever! Using our improved algorithms, a full genome assembly requires up to 50% less RAM, enabling you to assemble larger data sets on your desktop computer. Read our latest blog post to see how much memory you need!
Join us for a very special webinar next Wednesday, June 22 at 12 PM EDT where DNASTAR Senior NGS Applications Manager, Matthew Keyser and Vice President, Dr. Tom Lynch will discuss the speed, accuracy and capacity of Lasergene Genomics Suite for NGS assembly and analysis. The session will also include a live software demo and a […]
Users often ask how much RAM is required for a de novo genome assembly in Lasergene Genomics Suite, and we addressed that question for Lasergene 12 users in an earlier blog post. We’re excited to announce that with the release of Lasergene 13, RAM requirements for de novo genome assembly are significantly decreased, with the […]
Did you know the Lasergene Structural Biology Suite includes access to our Motion Library, which includes over 300 animated and annotated protein conformational changes? Learn more about how to access the Motion Library, view detailed annotations, and export movies in this week’s featured video! Watch video
This week, we are featuring some recent publications citing DNASTAR Lasergene for bacterial genome assembly. Read our latest blog post to see how researchers like you are using our software for next-gen and traditional sequence assembly and analysis for whole genomes! Read Blog Post
DNASTAR is committed to supporting our customers, no matter where they live or what language they speak. Check out the pages below to see what resources are available in your language, and view our library of translated and subtitled videos! Of course, if […]
Did you know that NovaFold can be used to predict protein structure and function, starting from just a protein sequence? Check out this week’s blog post to see four things you can learn about a protein’s function using NovaFold.
Dr. Amanda Mitchell received her PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Her thesis focus was on 3D structures of proteins from bacteria that modify sugars attached to antibiotics they produce. She joined DNASTAR in 2011 as a Quality Assurance Scientist, leading testing on Protean 3D and NovaFold. I recently sat down […]
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