New BESTSeq Algorithm Compared to Blast and Smith-Waterman

Recently introduced BESTSeq search (previously named as IP-search) is a new algorithm elaborated at SequenceBase Corporation. The new searching tool is intended for discovering nucleotide and protein sequences with the exact sequence similarity. It is ideal for prior art searching, which include Patentability, Patent Validity and FTO searches.   Blast vs Smith-Waterman vs BESTSeq BLAST and…

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Links to Thomson Innovation Record Views on the SequenceBase Research Portal

Thomson Innovation’s Record Views are detailed descriptions of sequences from GENESEQ database. The SequenceBase Research Portal contains links to the corresponding Record Views. The information in each Thomson Innovation Record View is divided into several sections or fields. Some of them can be viewed by non-authorized users, other fields require authorization. The information in Bibliography,…

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Changes made to GENESEQ FASTAlert format

The GENESEQ FASTAlert database provides access to recently published patent sequences before they are fully annotated and added to the GENESEQ database. The database captures basic patent publications from Derwent World Patents Index® (DWPI℠), which contains patent applications and grants from 44 of the world’s patent issuing authorities.The GENESEQ FASTAlert database has an archive with…

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The SequenceBase Documentation is now accessible!

We’re glad to inform that the documentation on how to work on the SequenceBase Research Portal has been recently published!   The SequenceBase Research Portal is a web-based access point for comprehensive patent sequence searching, allowing scientists perform biological research, compare and search for specific genetic codes.    The portal is a multifunctional and diversified…

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