If you are running Jalview 2.10.0 under Ubuntu or some other (possibly GTK based) Linux desktop, you may find that after opening the Sequence Fetcher, you are presented with a dialog box just showing 'OK' and 'Cancel' buttons, but nothing much else. The empty panel is due to an underlying problem with Java, but you can still choose from the list of databases with the keyboard !
Ensembl client for genes, transcripts and variants. SIFTS and mmCIF for accurate multi-chain structure mapping, and lots more.
Protein, RNA and DNA multiple sequence alignment and functional analysis workshop using Jalview
This one day computer based hands-on training course is designed for life sciences graduate students and researcher scientists who works with proteins, RNA and DNA sequence data. The course will involve presentations, hands-on exercises and demonstrations. Plus, there are opportunities during the day to discuss your own analysis problems with the Jalview developers. Participants are given a Jalview training manual.
Multiple Sequence Alignment and Analysis with Jalview
This workshop course employs talks and hands-on exercises to help students start using the versatile protein and nucleic acid alignment and visualisation software Jalview (developed within the School of Life Sciences). Over two sessions, we will cover launching Jalview, accessing sequence, alignment and 3D structure databases, creating, editing and analysing alignments, phylogenetic trees, visualisation of 3D structure data, and preparation of figures for presentation and publication.
Second Patch release for 2.9
Fixes duplicated display of group associated consensus and conservation annotation when an alignment is partitioned by clicking on the tree viewer.
Jalview 2.9.0b2 is now also provided as 'timestamped' signed jars. This means that Jalview 2.9.0b2 will run even after our Certum code signing certificate is no longer valid. Thanks to comodoca.com for providing a public timestamp server !
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.
A bugfix release for version 2.8.2, patching some minor problems.