Genome Compiler release 0.2.10 is out!
This is a major release focused on 4 major features:
1) Direct connection to NCBI genbank
2) Multiline view
3) Feature Annotation detection (Restriction enzymes cut sites)
4) Full iGem repository of standard biological parts added to the internal library
1) Direct connection to NCBI genbank: You can now search directly from the material box in NCBI genbank by pressing the "NCBI" button. Internet connection is needed. A list of result will appear - one can link to NCBI web page by pressing the NCBI icon or download the gene/genome directly into Genome Compiler by pressing the green arrow icon
And press the green arrow icon to download the file:
2) Multiline view: We added a multiline view instead of the one line view in the previous build. You can now browse up and down instead of left to right with more genetic information available for viewing and editing.
3) Feature Annotation detection (Restriction enzymes cut sites): By pressing the feature annotation icon (left icon) you can now see all the popular restriction enzymes cut sites or select from a complete list of Restriction enzyme to view only the selected ones. This feature is available in both parts and DNA abstraction layers.
4) Full iGem repository of standard biological parts added to the internal library: We added the complete iGem repository of standard biological parts into the built in library. Just navigate to genetic parts / iGem or search directly in the search box to retrieve any deposited part.
o NCBI GenBank Database connection - online search
o Feature Annotation detection and markers (restriction enzymes cut sites)
o Multiline view of Project
o Added library parts – Complete iGem repository of standard biological parts
- Bug fixes
o Fix error after long connectivity time
o Fix error of cut / pasting empty content
o Fix bug of resize window on low resolution screen
o Support pasting / dragging DNA sequence with ignored characters (space, tab etc.)
o Improve velocity Performance
o Fix DNA search for circular organisms