Examples of SequenceServer Usage


Check out the wide range of SequenceServer uses and applications

SequenceServer helps to make it easier to develop pest resistant crops

2024-06-25

Always great to see SequenceServer in action! This time helping researchers identify the genes in barley 🌾that defend against root-lesion nematodes! These pesky parasites infest roots, lay eggs, & cause significant crop & economic damage. That’s why selecting for resistance could be so valuable!

Read the paper here: https://doi.org/10.3390/plants13121663

SequenceServer helps to make it easier to develop pest resistant crops

LukProt database powered by SequenceServer

2024-05-27

Discover LukProt - an extensive sequence database by Sobala et al, 2024, with advanced BLAST server capabilities powered by SequenceServer! 🧬🔍 It is a phenomenal resource for studying early animal evolution and a major win for data accessibility 🐶 Check it out for yourself.

Read the paper here: https://doi.org/10.1101/2024.01.30.577650

LukProt database powered by SequenceServer

SapBase with SequenceServer functionality

2024-05-26

More exciting (if you’re like us) news for genomic databases! This time it’s for Sapindaceae which includes crops like lychees.🌱 SapBase compiles seven published genomes with gene structures, expression profiles & more. Integrated tools like SequenceServer 🧬 make it a powerful platform. Another win for Data Accessibility!

Read the paper here: https://doi.org/10.1111/jipb.13680

SapBase with SequenceServer functionality

SequenceServer empowers advancements in pig genomics with PIGOME

2024-05-14

More great news for database accessibility in genomics, this time focusing on pigs! 🐷 With 6,901 datasets, 392 projects & integrating SequenceServer’s BLAST capabilities, PIGOME is the most comprehensive resource for pig genetics to date! Check out the PIGOME preprint & congrats to the authors!

Read the paper here: https://doi.org/10.1101/2024.03.10.583139

SequenceServer empowers advancements in pig genomics with PIGOME

Making honeybee research sweeter with SequenceServer

2024-04-15

Drones, workers, queens, for honeybees these roles mean different lifestyles & physiologies. But what drives these different traits? Check out Tadano et al, (2024) investigating the effects of Nb-1 RNA on honey bee development with the help of SequenceServer!🧬🐝

Read the paper here: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-024-59494-6

Making honeybee research sweeter with SequenceServer