Back Translation is here! No more wasting endless time working out which codons should be used to optimize expression in a target organism. Genome Compiler does it all for you with one click. The codon bias for every organism you might deal with is stored in the software, meaning you can move DNA sequences, peptides, proteins and even entire genomes from one organism to another without worrying about differences in translation tables or codon bias.
Another new feature is supporting multiple annotations for genes. Choose how you want to see genes according to what you're working on, and see the annotation which is most relevant to your project, be it CDS, mRNA, introns and exons, or any other level of annotation. This gives you a much more accurate view of what you're working with and makes it incredibly easy to think of the different functions of each DNA sequence. Using this feature you can fully utilize the depth of info you have accumulated on your favorite genes, or access all levels of annotation available on NCBI.
You can even see how a protein is produced from two separate coding sequences within one gene, making it easier than ever to understand the DNA you're working on.