Apollo is the first instantaneous, collaborative genomic annotation editor available on the Web.
Web Apollo is designed to support geographically dispersed researchers, and the work of a distributed community is coordinated through automatic synchronization: all edits in one client are instantly pushed to all other clients, allowing users to see annotation updates from collaborators in real-time during the editing process.
OBO-Edit is an open source, platform-independent application for viewing and editing any OBO format ontologies. OBO-Edit is a graph-based tool; its emphasis on the overall graph structure of an ontology provides a friendly interface for biologists, and makes OBO-Edit excellent for the rapid generation of large ontologies focusing on relationships between relatively simple classes.
EPE (Edinburgh Pathway Editor) is a visual editor for Systems Biology. It allows you to draw Graphical Notations commonly used in Systems Biology. In particular it supports Systems Biology Graphical Notations (SBGN).
The CRISPR-SKIP webtool identifies which exons can be skipped by editing the flanking G nucleotide of the conserved dinucleotide sequence at the splice acceptor site. The base editors supported in this webtool are BE3, SaKKH-BE3, VRER-BE3, VQR-BE3. The genome assembly and gene annotation used are GRCh38 and GENCODE release 26, respectively. Only primary PAMs are considered.
SSEdit is a MacOS X application for viewing and editing single sequences. Input and output files in FASTA, NRBF, Staden and other formats are supported with the capability to recognise some by the file extension name.
Avogadro is an advanced molecule editor and visualizer designed for cross-platform use in computational chemistry, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, materials science, and related areas. It offers flexible high quality rendering and a powerful plugin architecture.