25 Jan 2012:: We now have a new download site: www.OmicsExpress.com
25 May 2011:: SVA is published in Bioinformatics.
21 Mar 2011:: SVA V1.10 is released: Supports GRCh build 37/hg19;  Supports user annotation track in GFF3 or BED formats.
9 Sep 2010:: The characterization of twenty sequenced human genomes. [Article]
12 Jul 2010:: LabCorp Launches Interleukin 28B Polymorphism (IL28B) Genotype Test to Support Individualized Treatment Decisions for Patients with Hepatitis C Viral Infection.
17 Jun 2010:: Causal variants for metachondromatosis are identified.
[Article] [SVA screenshot]
[GenomeWeb: The Daily Scan]
18 Mar 2010:: SVA 1.02[beta] is released.
11 Mar 2010:: SVA 1.01[beta] is released with a command line tool.
8 Mar 2010:: A lite evaluation edition is released for Windows. Play with it on your laptop!
23 Jan 2010:: SVA 1.00[beta] is released.
An example project
The standard release of SVA provides an annotated example project. This example project is located at: [YOUR SVA DIR]/examples/X/cns.chrX.gsap .
Loading the example project
Click on the menu "File->Open an example project", you will see a dialog like this:
Click on "Load", you will see a project builder like this:
You should be able to see the variant list like this:
and search genes in the Genome Browser panel:
Feel free to play with the different functions with the example project. But if you want to create your own project and familiarize yourself with all the other functions, you probably need to go through the remaining documentations of SVA.
© 2011 Dongliang Ge, PhD.