Biosequence Search

Orbit Biosequence data coverage
Orbit Biosequence (OBS) contains more than 400 millions sequences within 1.1 million patent publications. The patent sequences are coming from Genb...
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What type of searches are available in Orbit Biosequence
   Nucleic acid sequences or amino acid sequences can be searched on the Orbit Biosequence (OBS) platform. Three types of searches are available:  “...
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How to search for a sequence
   Copy and paste your sequence(s) (one or more sequences can be search simultaneously and independently) in a FASTA format and choose...
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What is a FASTA format
   The FASTA format is a text-based format for representing either nucleotide sequences or amino acid (protein) sequences, in which nucleotides or am...
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Conducting a short sequence search
A short sequence can be a CDR, a primer, an enzyme recognition site etc…    To search for a short sequence, you need to :&...
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How to read your alignments
Reading Alignments On the right panel, a new tab has been created to show the alignments, the Alignment tab (1).  The alignments are organized b...
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Biosequence specific filters
  In addition to the usual filters that are available on Orbit Intelligence, there are 8 BioSequence filters.  
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Biosequence - Hitlist customization
   The list of results obtained via a Biosequence search can be customized by clicking the "Display" option:   The "Fi...
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Biosequence: MOTIF searching
   You can search with a motif.  Searching for a group of CDRs, specific peptide patterns or SNPs has never been simpler.   Motif syntax The extensive...
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