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University of Connecticut Health Center - Know Better Care VCell - The Virtual Cell

Run VCell Software

Introducing new VCell installers created using the Install4J cross-platform installer builder.

Release Version - VCell 5.1

New Features in VCell 5.1
OS Download
Mac OS X 64-bit VCell Installer* DMG Archive (104 MB)
Windows 64-bit VCell Installer* Executable Installer (90 MB)
Windows 32-bit VCell Installer* Executable Installer (90 MB)
Linux 64-bit VCell Installer* Executable Installer (56 MB)
Linux 32-bit VCell Installer* Executable Installer (55 MB)

Beta Version - VCell 5.2

New Features in VCell 5.2
OS Download
Mac OS X 64-bit VCell Installer* DMG Archive (89 MB)
Windows 64-bit VCell Installer* Executable Installer (85 MB)
Windows 32-bit VCell Installer* Executable Installer (84 MB)
Linux 64-bit VCell Installer* Executable Installer (59 MB)
Linux 32-bit VCell Installer* Executable Installer (57 MB)
If Java is not already installed on your system, get it here

Important information about Beta:

The beta version is a pre-release of the Virtual Cell software. You may choose to use the beta version for new functions that are not yet available in the release version. We ensure that all models from previous versions of VCell will run in Beta. However, once a model is saved and run in Beta, you may not be able to re-run the model in Release. If you choose to use Beta version, please send your comments and findings to vcell_support@uchc.edu


 

Publish Your Models

All users of the Virtual Cell are asked to acknowledge NRCAM and NIGMS in their publications: Directions for published Virtual Cell Models

VCell Software

The Virtual Cell is a software modeling environment for quantitative cell biological research. Users can create simple or complex multi-layered models with a Java web-based interface. Distinct biological and mathematical frameworks exist within a single graphical interface designed for experimental cell biologists or theoretical biophysicists. New users are required to register when they first run the Virtual Cell Software.

The Virtual Cell, a project of NRCAM, is developed by the Center for Cell Analysis & Modeling (CCAM)