The latest video on our Jalview YouTube channel is a walkthrough video by Dr David Martin. David demonstrates Jalview’s new split frame window that links coding DNA sequences in the exons with protein sequences and structure.
Geoff and Suzanne were promoting Jalview at the Microbiology Society Annual Conference in Liverpool Arena and Convention Centre (21st-23th March 2016), about 200 people came to the booth over three days.
The power supply on our University campus will be shut down on Sunday 20th December from 09:00 to 13:00 GMT for maintenance.
This will affect Jalview services. Apologies for the inconvenience.
If you need to run Jalview during this period, we recommend that you download Jalview in advance from our installation page located at www.jalview.org/Web_Installers/install.htm instead of using webstart to launch Jalview.
Jalview Version 2.9 brings several new capabilities, including linked editing and analysis of protein and cDNA alignments, interactive searching and discovery of structure data from the EMBL-EBI PDBe, push button publishing of alignment data and figures as web pages, and improved integration with UCSF Chimera, Jmol, and VARNA.