25 May 2011:: SVA is published in Bioinformatics.

21 Mar 2011:: SVA V1.10 is released: [1]Supports GRCh build 37/hg19; [2] 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.

Version history

[Current version]: 1.10
[Status]: Stable
[Last update]: March 21, 2011

Version 1.10 (March 21, 2011)

  1. GRCh build 37/hg19 is now included.
  2. Now supports user annotation tracks in GFF3 or BED format. Here are examples of GFF3 (size=4MB) and BED (size= 30KB) format that SVA supports.

Version 1.02beta (March 18, 2010)

  1. A dialog box shaking problem (when saving an image) is fixed.
  2. A "null pointer error" message (when performing gene filtering) is fixed. This message is caused by a cosmetic error related to updating the gene filtering status panel.
  3. A reserved "splice site" category is defined.
  4. Cosmetic updates on the project builder dialog to make the "load" button more accessible, particularly for some certain screen resolutions.

Version 1.01beta (March 11, 2010)

  1. A bug that SVA sometimes mistakenly reports input file missing (related to threading monitoring) is fixed.
  2. A bug that SVA won't export data from projects without SV data is fixed.
  3. A command line tool is included.
  4. Cosmetic updates on the progress monitor.

Version 1.00beta (November 17, 2009)

  1. SVA 1.00beta is released.


For questions and comments send the author an email: Dongliang Ge, PhD d.ge@duke.edu