Customized display explained

On the SequenceBase Research Portal much of the information is represented in various tables, for example search results tables, tables of documents etc. To simplify the process of analysing search results, the portal enables users to display/hide the columns of the tables according to their individual specifications. The “Toggle visible columns” button empowers users to…

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Multiple Sequences Search (MSS)

SequenceBase is pleased to announce Beta release of our Multiple Sequences Search (MSS) tool, which represents a significant technological breakthrough and introduces unique capabilities to the Research Portal users. MSS is a general purpose tool, which can be used for applications, such as searching for complementarity determining regions (CDRs), fusion/chimeric constructs, recombinant plasmid constructs and…

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Recent Enhancements to the Research Portal

Dear Clients, We’ve recently released the following features for our SequenceBase Research Portal: BLAST searches now support range limiting by sequence length; Database filter is now available on the search results page; Country filter is now available on the search results page; Search progress bars reflect estimated time for BLAST, Smith-Waterman and MOTIF searches with…

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Smith-Waterman vs. BLAST

Choosing the right algorithm for your sequence similarity searches In a contest between genetic sequence search algorithms, two of the main contenders would be BLAST® and Smith-Waterman. Both algorithms have proven their value in enabling genetic sequence searches. The BLAST search algorithm has, for a long time, been considered an industry-standard workhorse, faithfully serving the…

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Thomson Reuters GENESEQ and GENESEQ FASTAlert now available via the SequenceBase BLAST Search Portal

SequenceBase Corporation and Thomson Reuters are pleased to confirm that GENESEQ™ and GENESEQ™ FASTAlert are now available to eligible subscribers via the SequenceBase BLAST® Search Portal. The agreement enables SequenceBase to provide GENESEQ and GENESEQ FASTAlert in a single unified, non-redundant BLAST search environment alongside USGENE®. For more information on how to access the new Thomson…

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e-Seminars

Exploring PCTGEN and USGENE® on STN. PCTGEN and USGENE are annotated databases of protein and nucleic sequences indexed respectively from WIPO/PCT and USPTO patent publications. Both are essential resources for comprehensive patent sequence searching, especially in combination with GENESEQ™ (DGENE) on STN. In this session, we will explore the various features and benefits of both…

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e-Seminars

Searching for uncommon sequences on STN. Searching for sequences which incorporate uncommon amino acids or nucleotides can be a challenge for even the most experienced searchers. Oftentimes the only way to capture these uncommon sequences is to use the value-added features of the sequence databases on STN – REGISTRY, GENESEQ™ (DGENE), USGENE® and PCTGEN. This…

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