BioStrand Omics Analysis Blog:
Retrieve & Relate

How to identify species related to a sequence

The taxonomic identification of species is a fundamental process in biological research that...

How to retrieve shared motifs across homologous sequences

Motifs refer to short, typically fixed length patterns that are repeated in exact or approximate...

New release of Retrieve & Relate now available

BioStrand Retrieve & Relate (R&R), the hyper-scalable, multi-database, zero-code, self-service...

How to identify homologous epitopes

Epitope mapping is a critical component of therapeutic monoclonal antibody (mAb) development as...

Integrated microbiome research and crop resilience

So, it turns out that trying to tree-plant our way towards net-zero emissions and out of the...

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Deciphering the skin microbiome

There has been a centuries-old hypothesis that the normal flora of microbes in and on the human...

Multidimensional scalability in multi-omics research

In 2018, the Joint Genome Institute (JGI) achieved a sequencing output of 200 trillion bases, a...

Finish Your PhD Faster with BioStrand R&R

It has been two decades since the publication of the much-heralded first draft of a composite...

Harnessing the power of sequence information to enable the next breakthroughs in biology

The availability of high-quality genomes, transcriptome and protein assemblies are crucial for...