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.
Heinz is a tool for single-species active module discovery.
xHeinz is a software solver that searches for active subnetwork modules that are conserved between two species. It uses a branch-and-cut algorithm that finds provably optimal or near-optimal solutions.
Sirius ,(Sum formula Identification by Ranking Isotope patterns Using mass Spectrometry) a new java-based software framework for discovering a landscape of de-novo identification of metabolites using single and tandem mass spectrometry. Sirius2 deduces molecular formulas of small compounds by ranking isotope patterns from mass spectra of high resolution. Sirius2 further analyses the fragmentation pattern of a compound resulting in hypothetical fragmentation trees. It allows for automated and high-throughput analysis of small-compound MS data beyond elemental composition without requiring compound structures or a mass spectral database.
mGPfusion is a Gaussian process based method for predicting stability changes upon single and multiple mutations of proteins that complements the available experimental data with large amounts of simulated data.
APOLLO pairwise is a program to assess the quality of a pool of structure models predicted for a protein. Teh software evaluates the absolute and/or relative qualities of multiple models or a single model
PASOS (Parental Allocation of Singles in Open Systems) is “a parental allocation program designed to identify collected parents based on individual multilocus genotypes while detecting missing parents when a proportion of them have not been collected. It makes use of restricted error tolerance in order to distinguish between a partially incorrect genotype from a false parent’s genotype.