A benchmark of DIAMONDx, BLASTx and PLASTx has been conducted by Jake Warner from the Institute for Research on Cancer and Aging (IRCAN), part of the University of Nice, France. Discover here why you should use PLAST!
A new release of PLAST is available. This is a maintenance release fixing this issue. You can download PLAST (source code and pre-compiled binaries for Linux, OSX and Windows) on Github, here.
PLAST source codes for the following projects are now available on Github: plast-library: PLAST itself, c++ code plast-java-app: a sample project that shows how to use PLAST from a Java software plast-galaxy: the wrapper to integrate PLAST in your Galaxy platform Visit this page for more information.
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PLAST is now available from Debian Med Biology packages. Follow this link for more information. Many thanks to the Debian Med team and Andreas Tille for their work to integrate PLAST. Notice: Debian Med provides a git repository for Plast. However, keep in mind that this repository is specific to…
PLAST 2.3.1 is available. This is a minor update of PLAST including some bug fixes reported by our users. Release note is here.
PLAST release 2.3.0 is now available here. This release is a minor upgrade of PLAST 2.2.0 that was available from Korilog company as KLAST.
We are happy to announce the coming release of PLAST as an open-source (Affero-GPL) software. Release is scheduled on November… By the way, we have setup this web site to be the central place to provide the bioinformatics community with all information regarding PLAST: publications, ready-to-use softwares (binairies), source code,…