BioEdit for Mac

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BioEdit by Tom Hall is a piece of software that gives you the possibility to modify and analyze sequence alignments. Unfortunately, BioEdit for Mac has not been released, but, you can download one of the alternative sequence editors for Mac. The following list contains some of the alternatives to BioEdit for Mac.

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MegAlign Free


Lasergene’s MegAlign offers both DNA and protein sequence alignment using a range of pairwise and multiple alignment methods. Rich graphical displays allow you to adjust your finished alignment, as well as analyze phylogeny...

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AliView Free

by Anders Larsson

AliView is a free alignment viewer and editor for Mac. Main features: - define aligner program presets (different parameters, different software). - align new sequences to existing or realign all. - realign a selected block.

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MEGA 5 Free

by Koikiro Temura,Daniel Peterson,Glen Stetcher

MEGA is an integrated tool for conducting automatic and manual alignment, inferring phylogenetic trees, mining web-based databases, estimating rates of molecular evolution, inferring ancestral sequences, and testing evolutionary hypotheses.

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Squint Free

by The University of Auckland

Squint is an advanced alignment tool. It brings together algorithmic alignment of molecular sequences, with human editing. It is an extension of the alignment editor available in Pebble. Main features:

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CodonCode Aligner Free

by CodonCode Corporation

CodonCode Aligner is a leading software program for DNA sequence analysis. Widely used in evolution research, biogeography, and other biomedical fields, it offers many features not found in competing programs, including the ability to compare...

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Seaview Free

by Manolo Gouy

SeaView is a multiplatform, graphical user interface for multiple sequence alignment and molecular phylogeny. SeaView reads and writes various file formats (NEXUS, MSF, CLUSTAL, FASTA, PHYLIP, MASE, Newick) of DNA and protein sequences...

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dnaman Free

by Lynnon

DNAMAN is a one-for-all software package for molecular biology applications. This package provides an integrated system with versatile functions for high efficiency sequence analysis.

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MacGDE Free

by Eric linton

MacGDE is a set of programs for multiple sequence alignment and analyses. The programs feature an expandable user interface which allows adding external analysis functions without any rewriting of code.

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bioclipse Free

by International Bioclipse Association

Bioclipse is a free and open source workbench for the life sciences. Bioclipse is based on the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) which means that Bioclipse inherits a state-of-the-art plugin architecture...

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BlastViewer Free

by Korilog

BlastViewer provides an interactive graphical user interface for the analysis of the reports produced by the BLAST sequence database search system.

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4Sale Free

by Philipp Seibel

SALE is a tool for synchronous RNA sequence and secondary structure alignment. The application allows for a fast sequence and synchronous secondary structure alignment for large data sets, and for the first time synchronous manual editing...

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DnaSP for Mac

DnaSP by Universitat de Barcelona is a piece of software that can help you analyze DNA sequence...

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