AlleleID Changelog

New in version 7.82 Build 78201

June 26th, 2014
  • Latest changes to the genomic databases of NCBI-BLAST along with fixes to reported problems are accommodated in this version.

New in version 7.81 (June 26th, 2014)

  • The upgrades accommodates latest changes at the NCBI BLAST, including latest genomic databases and fixes to reported problems.

New in version 7.80 (June 26th, 2014)

  • The upgrade accommodates the latest genomic databases available at the NCBI BLAST server and fixes to reported problems. The version is now compatible with Windows 8.

New in version 7.75 (June 26th, 2014)

  • The latest changes at the NCBI BLAST, including latest genomic databases and fixes to reported problems are also accommodated.

New in version 7.74 (June 26th, 2014)

  • The latest changes at the NCBI BLAST, including latest genomic databases and fixes to reported problems are also accommodated.
  • The upgrade offers compatibility with Windows 64bit OS.

New in version 7.71 (June 26th, 2014)

  • The version includes improvements in Taxa Specific primer-probe design algorithm and fixes to reported problems.

New in version 7.70 (June 26th, 2014)

  • Includes support for the latest genomic databases available at NCBI.

New in version 7.60 (June 26th, 2014)

  • The upgrade offers compatibility with Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.6. It also accommodates changes at NCBI BLAST server & fixes to reported problems.

New in version 7.50 (June 26th, 2014)

  • AlleleID can now design strain differentiation multiplex assays for Suspension Array systems based on Luminex's xMAP technology. If you are working with closely related organisms, this functionality will enable you to run experiments in a single reaction vessel.
  • Support for single template xMAP assays is also included wherein oligos are designed for rapid and high-throughput detection of nucleic acid sequences. You can even use pre-designed proven oligos and design oligos for the rest of the sequences to form a multiplex set compatible with them.
  • Additionally, you can use a pre-designed or published or well proven forward or reverse primer and have AlleleID design the rest of the assay. For example, for a given forward primer, AlleleID would design the reverse primer for SYBR Green assays and would design both the reverse primer and the TaqMan probe for TaqMan assays.
  • The multiplexing and design algorithms are enhanced considerably. AlleleID can now design 5-plex assays which are efficient and error free.
  • The latest genomic databases available at the NCBI BLAST server are also supported.