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New Tools: Clustal and HMMER

We have been working on some major updates to our infrastructure. HMMER and Clustal (beta release) are now available to users of the i5k Workspace.

For more information about the tools, and how they are set up at the i5k Workspace, please see our user guides. Similar to BLAST, saved searches will be available for one week after they are run.

HMMER user guide

Clustal user guide

*Note: The i5k Workspace implementation of Clustal includes both ClustalW and Clustal-Omega.