For complete installation instructions, please follow the appropriate Software Installation Guide below.
|Bionano Tools v1.5||December 21, 2019||2.4 GB||Download|
Please refer to the Bionano Tools Installation Guide (30182) for instructions.
|Bionano Solve v3.5||December 20, 2019||2.5 GB||Download|
Before installing the latest version please review the Bionano Solve™ Software Installation Guide (30172) for system prerequisites and detailed instructions.
|Bionano Access for Windows v1.5||December 20, 2019||250 MB||Download|
|Bionano Access for Linux/Mac v1.5||December 20, 2019||250 MB||Download|
Bionano Access web server installation. Please refer to the Bionano Access Installation Guide (30170) for instructions.
Label Density Calculator
|Label Density Calculator v1.0.0||October 30, 2019||39 MB||Download|
The Label Density Calculator predicts the expected label density from sequence FASTA files. This standalone PC version is useful when you do not yet have a version of Bionano Access installed as it will allow you to determine the ideal enzyme to use when labeling your sample.
|IrysView v2.5.1||July 18, 2016||25 MB||Download|
Before installing the latest version please review the IrysView® Software Installation Guide for system prerequisites and detailed instructions.
Windows Refaligner and Assembler
|Windows Refaligner v5122||July 18, 2016||1.5 MB||Download|
|Windows Assembler v5122||July 18, 2016||1.2MB||Download|
Make sure to uninstall the current versions from Control Panel →Program and Features →Setup →RefAligner and WindowsAssembler. Accept the default installation path.
IrysSolve for Existing Hardware
The alignment and assembly of medium to large genomes (> 200 Mbp) is recommended to be launched on an external Linux server. IrysView will launch assembly jobs externally when this option is chosen.
IrysSolve RefAligner and Assembler
Make sure to install files on the server at some parent ~ directory, e.g. home/username, or /home/users/username. Create ~/tools directory on server and extract files from v4704.zip file by OS version and CPU Accelerator type.
Determine Accelerator Type
Use the command grep avx /proc/cpuinfo or grep sse2 /proc/cpuinfo and look for the word ‘avx’ or ‘sse2’. If both types exist, use AVX since it is faster than SSE2. Place the two extracted binaries in ~/tools directory and enable executable privilege on each of the two binaries. Create an empty ~/data directory.