June 18, 2020 Newsletter – Lasergene 17.1 Coming Soon
In this month’s newsletter, we are excited to share details of our upcoming release: Lasergene 17.1. This new version builds on the Lasergene 17 release earlier this year and includes several new features for molecular biology and genomics research – read on to learn more!
Lasergene 17.1 Coming Soon
Coming later this summer, Lasergene 17.1 offers significant improvements for sequence assemblies, in silico cloning, multiple sequence alignments, and more. Here are just a few of the new features that will be available in this release:
- The addition of Maximum Likelihood trees with RAxML
- The ability to reverse complement, edit, and trim individual sequences within a multiple sequence alignment
- New multi-sample assembly and visualization options
- New workflows for Sanger, NGS, and long read assemblies, including a retrovirus integration workflow
- New batch cloning functionality for high throughput cloning and plasmid map creation
Access to Lasergene 17.1 will be coming soon in the next few weeks. If you are a current customer, upgrades are always included as part of your service plan. If your service plan has expired, please request a quote to renew! We will notify you when Lasergene 17.1 is available for download.
Register for our Upcoming Webinars
June 24th – Get to Know SeqMan Ultra
We introduced SeqMan Ultra with Lasergene 17 earlier this year and have new improvements in Lasergene 17.1 that we are excited to share. On Wednesday, June 24 at 11:00 CDT, join us to learn all about this application, best practices for sequence assembly and analysis, and how to transition from SeqMan Pro to SeqMan Ultra.
July 15th – What’s New in Lasergene 17.1?
On Wednesday, July 15 at 11:00 CDT, we’re offering a comprehensive overview of the new features included in Lasergene 17.1. Join us for a live demo of features for molecular biology and genomics research, including enhancements to phylogenetic trees in MegAlign Pro, faster Sanger assembly options in SeqMan Ultra, batch cloning in SeqBuilder Pro and much more.