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The application is easy to use, one only needs to drag-drop sequences on the screen for alignment, click the go button and start the alignment. The application can be used for any pair of homologous sequences, to compare homologous proteins, homologous ribosomal RNA sequences (which can be found in Genbank), any two DNA sequences, a protein sequence and homologous protein sequence, RNA sequence and mRNA, etc. There are a series of instructions to help the user figure out how to use the application. LalnView is freely available at The user interface has been developed in java for UNIX/Macintosh platform. LalnView Features: There are a series of features to help the user make the best use of the program. Some of the features are - Display of the most similar sequence and the extent of similarity - Display of domain signature, motif, propeptide and other functional features along with the alignment - Display of the most similar segment - Search for active site, motif, propeptide, domain signature, domain, exon, intron, protein family, etc. along with the alignment - Clickable motif to display the active site - Inbuilt colouring system (for protein sequences, the default is Arabidopsis thaliana UniProt-Prot ID, but one can set a separate id for any particular sequence) - Inbuilt colouring system (for protein sequences, the default is Arabidopsis thaliana UniProt-Prot ID, but one can set a separate id for any particular sequence) - Display of known functions along with the protein sequence - Produce publication quality images for publication in journals a5204a7ec7

--- - interactive alignment mapping tool to visually investigate local similarities between the two aligned sequences. - display the degree of similarity between aligned sequence segments. - merge/split new and old sequences into existing alignment and show it on screen. - protein name, gene symbol, structure, etc., can be aligned directly through 'Advanced' menu. - extract substring to the clipboard or save it as an image. - allows quick comparison of two sequences with a given number of sequence identities (default is 65% between parts). - supports 80 different sequence file formats including multi-FASTA and PIR formatted files. - allows you to compare your own gene sequence to one of different species, even with missense mutations. - allows you to export alignment into any text/HTML format for downloading or printing. - supports many menu options and plugins. - supports alignment on any size of sequences at once. - has many background colors and 2D patterns. - has a help index in English and Polish. - supports 64-bit systems. Wiki Version 1.1.0 released on 19 Nov 2011 ----------------- - improved support for PIR and multi-FASTA files - improved alignment on large number of sequences - improved handling of large number of sequences - fixed minor bugs and added Polish language file Version 1.0.9 released on 22 Jun 2011 --------------------- - fixed bugs introduced in version 1.0.8 Version 1.0.8 released on 18 Jun 2011 -------- - improved multi-FASTA support - fixed minor bugs - updated Linux packages Version 1.0.7 released on 19 Mar 2011 ------- - added support for PIR format - added updated Linux package Version 1.0.6 released on 07 Mar 2011 ----------------------------------- - updated Linux packages Version 1.0.5 released on 12 Jan 2011 ----------------- - fixed minor bugs Version 1.0.4 released on 19 Dec 2010 ----------------------------------- - updated Linux packages - fixed minor bugs Version 1.0.3 released on 23 Nov 2010 - improved alignment on large sequences. Version 1.0.2 released on 01 Oct 2010 ----------------------------------- - fix bugs in the Linux package - improved alignment on large sequences Version 1.0.1 released on 25 Sep 2010 ------- - improved alignments for

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