Thank you to everyone who wrote letters of support last year for our application to the BBSRC, we should hear the outcome in the next couple of months.

We are now applying to the Wellcome Trust to renew funding to support Jalview's use in biomedical sequence analysis, including interpretation of genomic variation and long read RNA data (e.g. Nanopore) at the protein coding level. If you would like Jalview to continue to develop and be supported then please take a few minutes to write us a support letter saying how you use Jalview in your research/teaching.

Write as a PDF including your institution's heading and send to: by Friday 22nd March 2019.

Thank you!

Jalview is a free, open source program developed for the interactive editing, analysis and visualization of multiple sequence alignments. It can also work with sequence annotation, secondary structure information, phylogenetic trees and 3D molecular structures.

Jalview desktop

The Jalview Desktop is an application you can launch from the web or install locally. It is designed for the kind of in-depth sequence analysis necessary when exploring new protein or RNA sequence families to understand how their sequence relates to structure and function.
The Desktop can access sequence, alignment, 3D structure and annotation databases, and web services for multiple alignment, protein disorder and secondary structure prediction and functional analysis.

Jalview desktop allows you to save all your work as a Jalview Project, and create multiple visualizations of the same alignment, making it easy to create figures describing your findings that can be exported as an image, an HTML document or an encapsulated Postscript file.

Jalview Desktop:

Jalview is open source bioinformatics software

Jalview is developed in Java, and the source has always been freely available. In 2010, we launched Jalview's own git repository, which lets bioinformatics developers from around the world contribute to Jalview. To find out more, head on over to Jalview Development.