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Researchers and staff scientists in hundreds of companies and labs use SequenceServer to BLAST their nucleotide and amino-acid sequences. We've been cited 250 times. Applications range from vaccine development to cancer research, molecular diagnostics, synthetic biology, metagenomics, barcoding, evolutionary genomics and tracking illegal ivory seizures.

SequenceServer is the best way to BLAST custom genomes assemblies, transcriptomes and proteomes. It works great for standard databases (hg38, SwissProt, UniRef, RefSeq...) without queues or limitations. And it's wonderful for sharing and annotating data and results with your team, your students, or your community.

Benefits of using SequenceServer Cloud

Just do the research

Focus on the science, not UNIX, servers, updates or waiting for NCBI.

Simply upload FASTA files or select standard sequence databases.
Begin BLASTing within seconds.
250 citations can't be wrong.
Focus on the biology.

Powerful visualizations

Gain deep insight through diverse visualization approaches.

All BLAST results include pairwise alignment graphs, Circos-style overview plots, and length distribution histograms. These plots clarify and help to interpret analysis results. Publication-ready export in .PNG or .SVG formats. You work faster and more accurately.

Intelligent user interface

Faster & more accurate.

Our user interface elegantly aims to make you happy. "AI" detection of nucleotides vs amino-acids. Automagic FASTQ to FASTA conversion. Automagic selection of the best BLAST method.
Such features accelerate your workflow and reduce your chances of making errors.

Share and collaborate

Have a central SequenceServer database for your team.

Share databases and BLAST analysis results with colleagues. Foster collaboration and knowledge-sharing within your team. Annotate and comment on BLAST analyses (like in Acrobat). Share result with peers to leverage their expertise.

Export data in various formats

Streamline your R&D by integrating with other tools.

Download BLAST reports as HTML, XML or tab-delimited text. Programmatically submit and retrieve remote BLAST searches using python or command-line API. Import results into R or python. Export FASTA hit sequences or pairwise alignments. Link out to NCBI, Uniprot, jBrowse, IGV, or custom databases.

Custom links and design

Customize your SequenceServer and integrate it with other resources.

Add links from search hits to custom genome browsers or domain-specific databases. Integrate SequenceServer with other parts of your lab or community website. Change fonts, colors, and logos.

Don't melt your laptop!

SequenceServer Cloud supports intense and long-running queries.

SequenceServer Cloud is high-performance, high-availability, and scalable BLAST platform. It won't overheat (unlike your laptop!).
Your BLAST search starts instantly. We intelligently leverage cloud computing to support large queries.
Keep your laptop for lap-top-work.

Support your students

Intuitive BLAST analysis for large student cohorts.

No more waiting at the NCBI website. We leverage cloud computing to instantly start your BLAST search. SequenceServer intelligently scales to access (almost) infinite cloud resources. Hundreds of students can run BLAST seraches simultaneously. Perfect for teaching labs with large class sizes. Our intuitive user interface and visualizations flatten learning curves. Monitor student engagement with detailed logging.

Robust, Secure and private

Secured to the higest standards.

We prioritize your data's security and privacy. With advanced SSL/TLS encryption, proactive firewalls, intrusion detection, and exclusive Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs), we safeguard your data to the highest industry standards. Control access with popular Single-Sign-On (SSO) providers and track interactions with detailed audit trail logs. Trusted by academics, biotech, pharma, and agro-industry users worldwide, we're committed to protecting your data as if it were our own.

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Use Cases

Comparative Genomics

Compare genomes across multiple species, identify conserved regions, protein domains, homologous genes, copy number differences, sequence differences, species, and evolutionary relationships. Deepen our understanding of the genetic basis of various biological traits and functions, and evolutionary histories.

Gene Curation and Annotation

Validate and refine gene predictions using SequenceServer BLAST searches against known gene sequences and protein domains. Identify potential inaccuracies in gene annotations and improve qualities of genesets and genome assemblies. Graphs for visualizing pairwise alignments and hit length distributions are particularly helpful.

Design of Diagnostic Markers

SequenceServer helps identify unique sequence regions in viruses, bacteria or other target organisms that can serve as diagnostic markers for disease detection. Design or PCR or qPCR primers and probes, or specific guide RNA oligos (gRNA) for Crispr/Cas9 assays. Improving specificity and sensitivity of molecular-genomic approaches supports disease surveillance and management efforts.

Functional Characterization

Identify and analyze novel genes of interest in non-model organisms, newly sequenced or understudied genomes. By comparing these sequences to known genes in other organisms, researchers can gain insights into the potential functions and biological roles of the newly discovered genes, guiding further experimental validation and functional studies.

Peer-reviewed citations to our publication

The 2019 MBE paper in which we published SequenceServer is cited almost weekly, with more than 200 citations.

Check Google Scholar for the latest, or a slightly dated list here.

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  4. Guérin (2021) Transcriptome architecture and regulation at environmental transitions in flavobacteria: the case of an important fish pathogen. Nature.
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  7. Barreira (2021) AniProtDB: A Collection of Consistently Generated Metazoan Proteomes for Comparative Genomics Studies. Molecular Biology and Evolution.
  8. Talamantes-Becerra (2021) omicR: A tool to facilitate BLASTn alignments for sequence data. SoftwareX.
  9. Wang (2021) PSDX: A comprehensive multi-omics association database of Populus trichocarpa with a focus on the secondary growth in response to stresses. Frontiers in Plant Science.
  10. Hu (2021) Database Resources for Functional Circular RNAs. RNA Bioinformatics.
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  19. Zhang (2021) NBIGV-DB: a dedicated database of non-B cell derived immunoglobulin variable region. Gene.
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  53. Hart (2020) Visual Opsin Diversity in Sharks and Rays. Molecular Biology and Evolution.
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