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If you are looking for BlastViewer, you have come to the right place. We explain what BlastViewer is and point you to the official download.

What is BlastViewer?

BlastViewer provides an interactive graphical user interface, for analyzing reports that are produced by the search results of the Blast sequence database search system. BlastViewer is a software that is designed for everyday biological sequence analysis that relies on Blast. It also allows a visualization and analysis of the amount of data that is usually contained in a Blast result file. BlastViewer is developed by Invitrogen.

Among others, the Blast allows the user to read result files that were produced by the EBI and NCBI Blast facilities. It simultaneously keeps open several Blast results to analyze and compare more data, analyze hits data in a reconfigurable table viewer, and keep the details of a sequence alignment with a color-enhancing the sequence alignment viewer. It can also get more data about any hits from a direct connection to the public databases, and display full hit entries in the user’s favorite Web browser. The newest version, Version 2.2, features the direct download of Blast results from the NCBI Blast servers, exports hit table data to spreadsheet applications.

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File types supported by BlastViewer

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Last updated: : December 5, 2022